Morton J. Horwitz's Transformation I and II are revisionist histories of American law, written by the dean of the Critical Legal Studies Movement. The author suggests that if Horwitz's view gains wide acceptance, despite his shortcomings in research methodology, the implications for American constitutional democracy and judicial independence are daunting.
Samuel J. Astorino,
The Transformation Thesis of Morton J. Horwitz: Research Problems and Implications for the Practice of Liberal Democracy,
Duq. L. Rev.
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