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Cardozo, Benjamin N. The paradoxes of legal science. New York: Columbia University Press, 1928. Small 8vo (21 cm, 7.875"). v, 142 pp. $35.00
Justice delivered these James S. Carpentier Foundation lectures in 1927 and they are here in their first edition, first issue (February, 1928). The four are: Introduction. Rest and motion. Stability and progress; The meaning of justice. The science of values; The equilibration of interests. Cause and effect. The individual and society. Liberty and government; and Liberty and government. Conclusion
Provenance: Gift inscription on front free endpaper reading "To Mr. B. on the Eve of his Vacation[.] For fear of a lawless atmosphere[.] David B. Zoob. Mr. Zoob was the composer of "Fight on Men of Westwood," one of the UCLA football fight songs!
Publisher's maroon cloth, spine lightly sunned; bit of "white-out" typewriter correcting fluid on front cover. Very good. (39564) Please RESHELVE This.
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