Propaganda Analysis: The Constitution of North Korea

by | Dec 26, 2021

…the public obviously believes that the ideology of the people who serve as judges influences the way the law is interpreted.
This, however, in no way prevents people from simultaneously regarding the law as a body of definite, politically neutral rules amenable to an impartial application which all citizens have a moral obligation to obey.

John Hasnas, The Myth of the Rule of Law; Wisconsin Law Review 199 (1995) p. 2

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