Studies in Law and Politics

Studies in Law and Politics

Studies in Law and Politics

Studies in Law and Politics

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These essays have been published at various times and places in the last seven years. I reprint them, partly because the original sources of publication have been so diverse, and partly because friends have asked me for copies of a number of them which are now out of print. Though they treat of very different subjects, I venture to think that they are brought into something like unity by the fact that they express a general attitude in spite of their varying subjectmatter. I should like here to express the debt the last essay owes to Sir Edward Parry, to whose admirable work I owe my interest in the subject of law reform.

I am grateful to Professor F. J. C. Hearnshaw, the Fabian Society, the Ethical Union, and the editors of the Harvard Law Review, the Yale Law Journal, the Michigan Law Review, Economica, and Harpers' Magazine for permission to publish material originally printed under their auspices.

I may add that the dedication is something more than a formal tribute. What I owe to the friendship of Mr. Justice Brandeis lies deeper than I can easily put into words.

H. J. L.

THE LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE

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