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In The Jury in America Dennis Hale provides a comprehensive history of the American jury beginning with its forebear, the medieval jury in England, and ending with the postmodern jury and the vanishing jury trial. He focuses on the changing role of the jury and the challenge of finding qualified...
In January 1942 Canadian prime minister William Lyon Mackenzie King issued orders for the removal of all persons of Japanese origin from a designated protected area one hundred miles inland from the British Columbia coast. Those removed were sent to internment camps in Alberta. Significantly,...
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