In Defense of Political Trials

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and what will at the same time count as their justification. What is the proper relationship between politics and law? Where, if anywhere, should we draw the line?


NOTES
1.
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2.
E. McWhinney, Supreme Courts & Judicial Law Making: Constitutional Tribunals & Constitutional Review ( Boston: Martinus NiJoff, 1986).
3.
J. Grossman, et al., "Dimensions of Institutional Participation: Who Uses the Courts & How?" 44 Journal of Politics86-114 ( 1982); H. Jacob, Destiny in Court: The Consumption of Government Services ( Chicago, Rand McNally, 1969).
4.
F. Zemans, "Legal Mobilization: The Neglected Role of the Law in the Political System", 77 American Political Science Review690-703, note 6 ( 1983).
5.
S. Daniels, "Civil Litigation in Illinois Trial Courts: An Exploration of Rural- Urban Differences", 4 Law & Policy Quarterly190-214 ( 1984).
6.
W. McIntosh, "Private Use of a Public Forum: A Long-Range View of the Dispute Processing Role of Courts", 77 American Political Science Review991-1010 ( 1983).
7.
250 U.S.616 ( 1919).
8.
H. Jacob, Justice in America: Courts, Lawyers, and the Judicial Process ( Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1978), 7.
9.
C. H. Franklin and Diane C. Kosaki, "Republican School Master: The U.S. Supreme Court, Public Opinion & Abortion", 3 American Political Science Review 751-772 ( September 1989).
10.
N. Dorsen and L. Friedman, Disorder in the Court ( New York: Pantheon Books, 1973), 81.
11.
F. A. Allen, The Crimes of Politics: Political Dimensions of Criminal Justice ( Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1974), 53.
12.
S. 1. Kutler, The American Inquisition: Justice and Injustice in the Cold War ( New York: Hill and Wang, 1982), 215-242.
13.
See W. Gellhorn, ed., The States and Subversion, Chapter 7 ( Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1952), 358.
14.
See Debs v. U. S., 249 U. S. 211 ( 1919); Goldman v. U. S. 245 U.S. 474 ( 1919).
15.
P. Renshaw, The Wobblies: The Story of Syndicalism in the United States ( New York: Doubleday, 1968).
16.
R. Dworkin, Rebel in Paradise ( Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1961).
17.
R. J. Goldstein, "An American Gulag? Summary Arrest and Emergency Detention of Political Dissidents in the United States", 10 Columbia Human Rights Law Review541-573 ( 1978).
18.
N. Dorsen, et al., Political and Civil Rights in the United States ( New York: Pantheon Books, 1976).
19.
D. N. Hoffman, "Contempt of the United States: The Political Crime That Wasn't", 25 The American Journal of Legal History343-360 ( 1981).
20.
64 Mass.376 ( 1852).

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