On Civil Liberty and Self-government
Lawbook Exchange, Limited, 2001 - 629 páginas
Widely read and used as a political science textbook, this is the best known of Lieber's work. He was a prominent political philosopher who helped lay the foundation for the study of political science in the United States. Renowned for his theory of civil liberty presented here, which combined an appreciation for the English concept of decentralized political institutions with the German idea of an overall national purpose, he bridged the intellectual gap between Europe and America. Enlarged edition in one volume, having first been published in two volumes in 1853. xiv, 629 pp.
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TRIAL BY JURY . THE ADVOCATE . 41. The judge cannot occupy a sufficiently
independent position between the parties by the accusatorial proceeding alone .
If there is not what may be called a division of the judicial labor , separating the ...
The results of trial by jury have occasionally been such that even in England and
here , voices have been raised against it . Men feel the existing evil only ; they do
not see those evils that would result a hundredfold from an opposite state of ...
advantages of the trial by jury . There is , however , no mysterious efficacy
inherent in this or any other institution , nor any peculiar property in the name .
Juries must be well organized , and must conscientiously do their duty . They
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