Justice Accused: Antislavery and the Judicial Process
Yale University Press, 1975 - 322 páginas
What should a judge do when he must hand down a ruling based on a law that he considers unjust or oppressive? This question is examined through a series of problems concerning unjust law that arose with respect to slavery in nineteenth-century America.
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Of Creon and Captain Vere
Slavery Natural Law
In Favorem Libertatis?
Conflict of Laws
Perspectives from International Law
NATURES PLACE DISPUTED
Formal Assumptions of the Judiciary
Formal Assumptions of the Antislavery Forces