This subject matter is not fully recognizable from the title, which might be understood to indicate that the book deals with the entire legal system of the United States including or, perhaps even emphasizing, the substantive law of the country and its sources. This is not the case, however. It is the sub-title which gives a more descriptive indication of the contents: "The Administration of Justice in the United States by Judicial, Administrative, Military, and Arbitral Tribunals." Not the substantive law of the United States is the concern of the author, but the machinery by which it is administered, the tribunals and their procedure.
Max Rheinstein (reviewer); William P. Murphy (reviewer); Harrison Tweed (reviewer); and Walter P. Armstrong, Jr. (reviewer),
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