Justice and Inequality Don't Mix

Anderson, Philip S.
May 1999
ABA Journal;May99, Vol. 85 Issue 5, p6
Presents the results of a survey commissioned by the American Bar Association on public perception of the justice system in the United States. Analysis of the survey result; Related National Bar Association survey results on lawyers.


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