Then to the Rock Let Me Fly: Luther Bohanon and Judicial Activism
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Then to the Rock Let Me Fly: Luther Bohanon and Judicial Activism

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U.S. District Judge Luther Bohanon of Oklahoma has had perhaps more effect on the state, and on the nation, than any other member of a state's judiciary. Biographies of Supreme Court justices are numerous, but this book is among the few that focus on federal district court judges-magistrates who, being closest to the people, are most likely to affect their daily lives. Dur...more
Hardcover, 212 pages
Published November 1st 1993 by University of Oklahoma Press
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