The role undertaken by the American judiciary differs in many respects from the role originally adopted from the English. Using studies from the social sciences, Professor Hardisty finds that many of the dissimilarities are rooted in the differing values held by English and American societies. He examines the ways in which these value dissimilarities are reflected in English and American judicial methods.
James H. Hardisty,
The Effect of Future Orientation on the American Reformation of English Judicial Method,
30 Hastings L.J. 523
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