ARGUMENTS AND ADDRESSES OF JOSEPH HODGES CHOATE: Hicks, Frederick C. (Compiler & Editor); (Elihu ... ARGUMENTS AND ADDRESSES OF JOSEPH HODGES CHOATE: Hicks, Frederick C. (Compiler & Editor); (Elihu ... ARGUMENTS AND ADDRESSES OF JOSEPH HODGES CHOATE: Hicks, Frederick C. (Compiler & Editor); (Elihu ...

ARGUMENTS AND ADDRESSES OF JOSEPH HODGES CHOATE

Hicks, Frederick C. (Compiler & Editor); (Elihu Root, Memorial)

Editorial: West Publishing, St. Paul, MN, 1926
Condición: Very Good Encuadernación de tapa dura
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Text/BRAND NEW, showing trace margin discoloration. Blue boards/VG w/light edge & surface wear. DJ/None. Clipped (PO name removal?) fEP upper corner & PO stamp to lower text edge. Very satisfactory assemblage of writings and speeches of a remarkable lawyer and citizen. Joseph Choate (1832-1917), a founder of the New York Bar Association, President of the Constitutional Convention of 1894, Ambassador to Great Britain (1899-1905), head of the Delegation to the Second Hague Conference ("Law of the Sea") - but, above all, a member of the legal profession, of which he said, "I maintain that in no other occupation to which men can devote their lives is there a nobler intellectual pursuit or higher moral standard than that which inspires and pervades the ranks of the legal profession. To establish justice, to maintain the rights of man, to defend the helpless and oppressed, to succor innocence, and to punish guilt, to aid in the solution of those great questions legal and constitutional which are constantly being evolved from the ever varying affairs and business of men are duties that may well challenge the best powers of man's intellect and the noblest qualities of the human heart." Text, preceded by Memorial Address by Elihu Root) in 6 parts: I, Addresses About Lawyers (Richard Henry Dana, among others); II, Forensic Speeches & Arguments (Massachusetts Fisheries Case, among others); III, Addresses on International Affairs (Addresses at the Second Hague Conference, among others); IV, Political Speeches (Tamany Rule, among others); V, Addresses on Occasions (Women in Medicine, among others); and VI, After-Dinner Speeches (Justice Hughes and the Supreme Court, among others). 1183 pages; 4 phtographic plates. N° de ref. de la librería 201123

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Título: ARGUMENTS AND ADDRESSES OF JOSEPH HODGES ...

Editorial: West Publishing, St. Paul, MN

Año de publicación: 1926

Encuadernación: Hard Cover

Condición del libro:Very Good

Condición de la sobrecubierta: No Jacket

Edición: First Edition, First Thus

Tipo de libro: First Edition, First Thus

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