Pragmatic Dogmatics

Shearer, Kent
February 2006
Enterprise/Salt Lake City;2/13/2006, Vol. 35 Issue 33, p26
Presents the author's views on various political civility issues in the U.S. Characterization of judge D. Frank Wilkins; Professional tradition concerning attorney and client relationships; Attempts to codify and enforce rules of political civility during the 1974 senatorial contest between Republican Jake Garn and Democrat Wayne Owens.


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