The Jury System’s Comparative Superiority

Dalrymple has written again of the Chris Huhne affair, this time at the Library of Law and Liberty and on the implications of the jury’s confusion – or was it subversion? His conclusion – beginning “Let me for once end on an optimistic note” – calls to mind William F. Buckley’s famous quip that he would rather be governed by the first 2,000 names in the Boston telephone directory than by the faculty of Harvard.

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