The U.S. Supreme Court: Opposing View Points (edited by Margaret Haerens)
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Dean Parrish's contribution, Part 1 of Chapter 4, is titled "The U.S. Supreme Court Should Refer to Foreign Court Decisions."
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United States, Supreme Court, Officials and Employees, Selection and Appointment, Judges, Political Questions and Judicial Power, Judicial Process, Church and State, Constitutional Law
Judges | Jurisprudence | Law | Law and Philosophy | Supreme Court of the United States
Parrish, Austen L., "The U.S. Supreme Court: Opposing View Points (edited by Margaret Haerens)" (2010). Books by Maurer Faculty. 86.