Lectures broadcast originally by the Voice of America.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Historical background of American law, by H. J. Berman. 2. The functions of the judge, by J. P. Dawson. 3. The adversary system, by L. L. Fuller. 4. Trial by jury, by B. Kaplan. 5. The rights of the accused in criminal cases, by L. Hall. 6. The Supreme Court, by P. A. Freund. 7. The constitutional right of freedom of speech, by R. Fisher. 8. Constitutional rights of racial minorities in the United States, by A. E. Sutherland. 9. Business enterprise and the law, by L. Loss. 10. Commercial transactions in American law, by R. Braucher. 11. Labor law in the United States, by A. Cox. 12. The legal profession, by E. N. Griswold. 13. Legal education in the United States, by D. F. Cavers. 14. International law, by M. Katz. 15. Philosophical foundations of American law, by H. J. Berman.
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