21 Judges J. 1 (1982)

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1A Quarterly of the judicial Administration Division

contents
2     Court News Roundup
The Editors
3     The Politics of Justice- A Symposium
Vern Countryman
4      Federal Courts Have Gone Beyond Their Abilities
William French Smith
8     The Constitution Must Not Be Swallowed Up by the Election Returns
George J. Mitchell
12     Necessity Must Yield to the Constitution
David R. Brink
16    Court-Stripping: A New Way to Rewrite the Constitution
John Shattuck and David Landau
2-1   The Jury
The Editors
22     How to Manage a Jury (Jury Management Standards)
Walter Kane
27    Unlawful Peremptory Challenges
Irving Younger
29    )AD and Conference Reports
The Chairmen
36    Nominating Committees and Reports
The Staff
37    Custom-Tailored Sentencing
The Editors
38    Earn It!
Andrew R. Klein
44    When the Defendant Is Too Poor to Pay a Fine
Douglas McDonald
48    Make the Sentence Fit the Felon
Herbert J. Hoelter
62    Cumulative Index
The Editors

editorial board
chairman,
Hon Francis J. Larkin
Hon. Martha C. Daughtrey
Hon. Earl E. O'Connor
Hon. Max 0. Regensteiner
Hon. Lamar Warren
Dean Robert B. Yegge
ex-officio:
Hon. Herzel H-E. Plaine
Hon. James, 1. Richards
ABA Press
editorial director:
Jack J. Podel!
editor:
Frederic G. Melcher
art director:
Robert Woolley
senior design:
Russell A. Glidden
photo editor:
Donna Tashjian
editors-at-large:
Susan L. Feldman
Dan Hurley
production:
Gretta Spier
Ralph William Ulrich
Betty Jane Licko
Alma Russell-Smith
Deldra Hall
Victoria R. Harris
cover
Elyse Kennard

The Judges'Journal (ISSN 0047-2972) is published by the ABA Press for the judicial Administration Division, Ametrian Bar A.Sociation,
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