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References on Judges and Supreme Courts as historians

Hi, 

 

I am looking for references on the way judges in general and supreme courts in particular are constructing historical narratives and evaluate historical evidence. 

Thanks, 

 

                                DR. ALEXANDRE (SANDY) KEDAR
                                Law School, University of Haifa
                                31905, Mt. Carmel, Israel.
                                Phone: 972-4-8240009; 972-4-8240633;

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