Justices Frankfurter and Black: Social Theory and Constitutional Interpretation
Jeffrey D. Hockett examines the judicial philosophies of two of America's great jurists, Felix Frankfurter and Hugo Black. He challenges the view that Frankfurter's progressive faith in expertise extended to the judiciary and disputes the argument that Black's jurisprudence was based upon a fundamental distrust of judicial discretion.
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