Reorganizing Politics out of the Department of Justice

Rogovin, Mitchell
June 1978
American Bar Association Journal;Jun78, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p855
Academic Journal
Reports on the incompatibility of politics and law in the U.S. Conflicting roles of the attorney general in the Department of Justice; Primary functions and objective of the attorney general; Chief activities of the Department of Justice; Series of enactments that would substantially lessen political decision making in the administration of justice.


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