Courts: A Comparative and Political Analysis

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University of Chicago Press, Oct 15, 1986 - Law - 245 pages
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In this provocative work, Martin Shapiro proposes an original model for the study of courts, one that emphasizes the different modes of decision making and the multiple political roles that characterize the functioning of courts in different political systems.

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