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Lay Judges in the German Criminal Courts
THE role laymen play in the administration of justice has been a subject of controversy ever since trial by jury became the standard mode of trial at common law. The controversy rages unabated in ourExpand
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Come the millennium, where the university?
Allowing for any reference to the millennium at all, my title should have been "Come the next millennium, where the university?", or, even more to the point, "Come the second millennium, where theExpand
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Changing Concepts of Constitutionalism: 18th to 20th Century
  • G. Casper
  • Sociology
  • The Supreme Court Review
  • 1 January 1989
When one considers the nature of constitutional government in the developed Western democracies at the end of the 20th century, one cannot help but be impressed by how much these democracies have inExpand
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Williams v. Rhodes and Public Financing of Political Parties under the American and German Constitutions
  • G. Casper
  • Political Science
  • The Supreme Court Review
  • 1 January 1969
In the autumn of 1966, Congress enacted the Presidential E ection Campaign Fund Act.x The act is still the law of the land, in a manner of speaking. But since the legislature can undo what is doneExpand
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The computer profession in the 1980's: An Orwellian interlude? (Panel Discussion)
Every day various news media report the increasing encroachment of data processing on the average person's life. Expand
The Family and the Law
The Constitutional Organization of the Government
Redefreiheit und Ehrenschutz
The Right 'To Vote Effectively'