Link to an article by Russell Mokhiber:
Link to an article by Michael Barker:
An interesting theory of about liberal technocratic banality in the judicial arena masking oppressive social policy.
Link to an article by Stephen Cooper:
Links to books by Gustavus Myers:
Meyers wrote some confounding things, but he also performed a valuable service by looking critically at things like methods of wealth accumulation, which have tended toward fraud and insider dealing (for instance, the History of the Great American Fortunes “gives the details of [the Yazoo land scandal] and other frauds that have shaped American history. The moral is that great gifts to insiders have effects that will last centuries.”)
Link to an article by Christopher Ketcham:
Bonus link: “Corrupted Evidence: How the Department of Justice is Blocking Forensic Evidence Reform” (it should be noted that this bonus link article largely gives judges a free pass, for reasons not explained)
Link to an article by Shelley Chapman:
What might not be clear to all readers is that Judge Chapman is a federal judge who deals only with bankruptcy cases and this article is her experience going to a state court that deals with criminal matters (among other things).
Link to an article by Jeffrey St. Clair:
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