%

The Judiciary in Democracy.

$1.99
Product Image: The Judiciary in Democracy

Learn more about

Philosophy Talk

Flash Player 8 (minimum)
required Download here
Download Adobe Flash Player

Amplify your life with our content!

Browse the iAmplify library of thousands of Audio & Video titles. Enjoy free samples, choose on-the-go content for your on-the-go lifestyle, and download full titles to your desktop, laptop or any portable media player.

Amplify your site with our content!

Sell our content on your site or blog, just embed one of our store widgets & start selling in minutes. Join our network to amplify the entrepreneur in you!

Your download will be available immediately upon purchase and accessible from any computer, any time!

What is the role of the judiciary in a democracy?
How much protection from democratic processes is needed?

In many democracies, the judiciary is protected, to one degree or another, from the voters. Our federal judges, for example, though appointed by elected officials, then have lifetime tenure. In more local venues, however, many judges are directly elected. John and Ken probe the judiciary branch of government with Larry Kramer, Dean of the Stanford Law School and author of The People Themselves: Popular Constitutionalism and Judicial Review.

Other Great Programs from Philosophy Talks:

Freedom of Speech
Justice Across Boundaries
Liberty vs. Security

 

 

Product Information:

Media TypeAudio
Number of Programs1
FormatMP3

Programs:

Program Title Duration
The Judiciary in Democracy 48:48
Total Time 48:48

Your download will be available immediately upon purchase and accessible from any computer, any time!


Buy as a gift Buy As A Gift

Bookmark and Share