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Reversals of Fortune: The Hawaii Supreme Court, the Memorandum Opinion, and the Realignment of Political Power in Post-statehood Hawai'i
|Title:||Reversals of Fortune: The Hawaii Supreme Court, the Memorandum Opinion, and the Realignment of Political Power in Post-statehood Hawai'i|
|Authors:||Chang, Williamson B.C.|
Hawaii Supreme Court
|Citation:||14 U. Haw. L. Rev. 17 1992|
|Series:||University of Hawai'i Law Review, Volume 14|
|Abstract:||The Richardson-led Hawaii Supreme Court (1966-82) has been characterized as "controversial, " having "altered Hawaii law so that it became more reflective of the islands' uncommon cultural heritage. "I In contrast, the court under the direction of Herman T. Lum has been called "passive," "a care-taker rather than the player it was under William Richardson," emphasizing "efficiency."|
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