Vanderbilt Law Review

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Book Reviews

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Book Reviews

The Hearsay Rule

By R. W. Baker

London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons,Ltd., 1950. Pp. xxi, 180

reviewer: Edmund M. Morgan


Self-Incrimination: What Can an Accused Person be Compelled to Do?

By Fred E. Inbau

Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas, 1950.Pp. x, 91. $2.50

reviewer: Albert Williams


Administrative Law

By Kenneth C. Davis

St. Paul: West Pub. Co.,1951. Pp. xvi, 1024. $8.00

Administrative Law: A Test

By Reginald Parker

Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Co., 1952. Pp. x, 344. $5.50

Administrative Agencies and the Courts

By Frank E. Cooper

Ann Arbor; University of Michigan Law School, 1951. Pp. xxv, 470. $5.00

reviewer: J. Warren Madden


Products Liability and the Food Consumer

By Reed Dickerson

Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1951. Pp. xviii, 339. $7.00

reviewer: Melvin M. Belli


Tax Planning for Estates

By William J. Bowe

Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 1952. Pp. 100. $2.10

reviewer: George Henry Tyne


The Estate Tax Handbook

Edited by J. K. Lasser

Albany: Matthew Bender & Co., 1951. Pp. 846. $15.00

reviewer: William J. Bowe