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This essay analyzes the role that irony plays in legal argumentation. The author argues that the case of John Demjanjuk illustrates how both defendants and prosecutors in popular trials can take advantage of some of the inconsistencies and contradictions that exist in legal debates. In the...
This essay explores justification in the 2001 Attorney General confirmation hearings. It argues that the hearings were a public fiction of deliberation that allowed the Senators to justify their support for or opposition to nominee John Ashcroft. After discussing the panel's argument, the paper...
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