Administrative Justice and the Supremacy of Law.
Dickinson, John. Administrative Justice and the Supremacy of Law. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1927. xiii, 403 pp. Reprinted 1959 by Russell & Russell. Cloth. Ex-library with location label at foot of spine, stamps on spine edges and inside covers. Internally clean. $45. * Dickinson [1894-1952] examines the relationship between administrative tribunals and the courts, and problems that arise from the judicial review of administrative determinations. Dickinson is especially concerned with factors that determine the scope and purposes of a review. His study is notable in part because it offers a near-contemporary assessment of the Hepburn amendments to the Interstate Commerce Act (1906) and other changes enacted in the early 1900s. With a table of cases. Originally published as Volume II in the series of Harvard Studies in Administrative Law.
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