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The Nature of the Judicial Process, First Edition, Third Printing. Benjamin N. Cardozo.
The Nature of the Judicial Process, First Edition, Third Printing.
The Nature of the Judicial Process, First Edition, Third Printing.

The Nature of the Judicial Process, First Edition, Third Printing.

Cardozo Most Influential Work Cardozo, Benjamin N. [1870-1938]. The Nature of the Judicial Process. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1922. 180 pp. Original publisher cloth, gilt title to spine, untrimmed edges. Light rubbing to spine ends and corners, which are lightly bumped, bookseller ticket to front pastedown, signature of Kingman Brewster and stamp reading "Property of Kingman Brewster, Southern Building, Washington, DC" to front free endpaper. Moderate toning to text, crack in text block between front free endpaper and half-title, some discoloration to endleaves. An attractive copy. $350. * First edition, third printing. One of the most important legal works of the twentieth century, The Nature of the Judicial Process argued that judges create law. Along with Holmes' The Common Law, this book is one of the seminal works that helped the American bar to move beyond the formalism (and conservatism) of nineteenth-century jurisprudence. Brewster [1882-1957], a successful Washington, DC lawyer, was the father of Kingman Brewster, Jr. [1919-1988], the influential president of Yale University, later U.S. ambassador to Great Britain and master of University College, Oxford.

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