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A View from the Bench (The People's Court) Hardcover – November, 1987
From Library Journal
In this melange of anecdote, reminiscence, and philosophy, Judge Wapner comes across as ebullient, compassionate, and somewhat vainglorious. Although he notes problems of the American judicial system, Wapner is an avid booster: "Law is fairness in action" is a typical comment. What most disturbs Wapner is Americans' increasing litigiousness, a trend he attributes to a breakdown of personal and community relationships. He believes judges should realize that "in law, the human touch is everything." This warm, personal account will amuse and inspire fans who watch him on People's Court , and others. Recommended for public libraries. Jack Ray, Loyola/Notre Dame Lib., Baltimore
Copyright 1987 Reed Business Information, Inc.