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The limits of law as politics

“Law is politics” was the slogan of the critical legal studies movement back in the 1970s and 1980s. The crits were essentially continuing the jurisprudential tradition associated with what was called “legal realism.” In their crudest forms, legal realism/cls assert that legal decisions are purely political, and that legal rhetoric which claims some sort of […]
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