This collection of essays, prepared as background reading for a conference sponsored by the American Assembly and the American Bar Foundation on the goals of the legal profession in the years ahead, begins and ends with a bow toward changing America. The first chapter is an attempt by sociologist Wilbert Moore, the only non-lawyer among the essayists, to sketch generally the patterns of social and political structure likely to pertain in the near future.
Review of Law in a Changing America
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American Sociological Review