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Author Clark, Leroy D., 1934-
Title The grand jury, the use and abuse of political power / Leroy D. Clark ; foreword by Philip A. Hart
Imprint New York : Quadrangle/New York Times Book Co., [1975]
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 Euro-Am Studies Lib  345.73 C5486 1975    AVAILABLE    30500100210189
Descript xv, 163 pages ; 22 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Prologue: The Shape of the Grand Jury Problem -- The Grand Jury: Through the Historical Looking Glass -- The American Grand Jury: The Colonial and Revolutionary Period -- The Grand Jury in the New Nation: Did It Fulfill Its Promise? -- Politicizing the Department of Justice -- The Wiretap Legislation: Prelude to Grand Jury Surveillance of the "Disloyal Opposition" -- How to Launder a Wiretap-or, Getting More Mileage out of the Grand Jury -- Using the Grand Jury to Gather Intelligence on Political Dissidents -- Jail for "Noncooperation" (Putting Radicals on Ice) -- Disruption of the Groups-The Government Goal; Organized Resistance-The Response -- The Grand Jury: Out of Line with the Bill of Rights -- Newsmen and Scholars: Informing the Public or Informing the Police? -- The Public Official and the Grand JuryCongress Versus the Executive Branch -- The Public Official and the Grand Jury: Punishment by Publicity -- Abolish the Grand Jury? -- Preserving the Grand Jury and Protecting Civil Liberties -- Grand Jury Reform: Newsmen, Scholars, and Government Officials' Privilege -- Grand Jury Reform: The Average Witness or Defendant -- Building an Independent Grand Jury
In this variation on the story of "The Fisherman and His Wife," a young Ukrainian girl must repeatedly return to the wren she has rescued to relay her parents' increasingly greedy demands
Subject Grand jury -- United States
Fairy tales
Folklore -- Russia
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