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In the spotlight: The Invention of Courts
This special issue of Daedalus (Vol. 143 no. 3) zeroes in on courts: their past and ongoing evolution, and the work that a democracy can reasonably expect them to do. Individial contributions deal with political theory, lawyering, fisscal priorities, social welfare, as well as with courts' dependence on and independence from the body politic. This volume is a sequel to 2008 special volume dedicated to judicial independence and exploring the defnition of that term, as well as new threats to the ability of judges to do their work.
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