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Dissenting Voices in American Society

The Role of Judges, Lawyers, and Citizens

Dissenting Voices in American Society by Austin Sarat
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Dissenting Voices in American Society: The Role of Judges, Lawyers, and Citizens explores the status of dissent in the work and lives of judges, lawyers, and citizens, and in our institutions and culture. It brings together under the lens of critical examination dissenting voices that are usually treated separately: the protester, the academic critic, the intellectual, and the dissenting judge. It examines the forms of dissent that institutions make possible and those that are discouraged or domesticated. This book also describes the kinds of stories that dissenting voices try to tell and the narrative tropes on which those stories depend. This book is the product of an integrated series of symposia at the University of Alabama School of Law. These symposia bring leading scholars into colloquy with faculty at the law school on subjects at the cutting edge of interdisciplinary inquiry in law.
Cambridge University Press; January 2012
256 pages; ISBN 9781139234481
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Title: Dissenting Voices in American Society
Author: Austin Sarat
 
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1139227793
9781107014237
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9781139230025
9781139234481