Canada. Supreme Court--Officials and employees--History; Judges; Canada
The purpose of this article is to advance some hypotheses about the way the Supreme Court of Canada operates as a state institution. The analysis is based on the period since 1948. The first hypothesis is that the judges of the Supreme Court of Canada belong to the dominant class in Canadian society. The second hypothesis is that they contribute to the dominance of their class primarily on the ideological plane.
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"Ideology and Judging in the Supreme Court of Canada."
Osgoode Hall Law Journal