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Contents Prologue 1 Chapter 1: Do We Have Too Much Democracy? 8 Chapter 2: From Contract to Tort: Or, How We Experience the Rule of Law at Work 23 Chapter 3: From the Law of Trusts to the Collection Courts Or How the Charities Came to Prey on Beneficiaries 36 Chapter 4: From Administrative Law to No Law: The Rise of the Whistleblower and Trial Lawyer 53 Chapter 5: The Deregulation of Public Space or the End of Equity 65 Chapter 6: The War on Reason, Uniformity and Predictability in the Law (cont.): Deregulating the Class Action 75 Chapter 7: Why Litigation Costs Are Going Up 87 Chapter 8: How Attacking Litigation is Increasing Litigation 99 Chapter 9: How We Went to Court as Creditors and Ended Up as Debtors 110 Chapter 10: Do You Want to See a Jury? 124 Chapter 11: You May Never See a Judge 135 Chapter 12: What is "Our" Judicial Philosophy? 154 Chapter 13: Living in the "Fourth Republic" 174 Chapter 14: The Case Against Civilization 200 Chapter 15: "The Plan" 208 Epilogue 222
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Justice, Administration of -- United States.
Rule of law -- United States.
Law reform -- United States.
Trial practice -- United States.