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By G. Ruggiu (auth.), Thomas Beth, Norbert Cot, Ingemar Ingemarsson (eds.)

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If the outcome were going to be the overthrow of the judicial by the administrative practice, in the case put, the norm would pending outcome be in considerable doubt. And one of the (quite incidental) advantages of the approach contended for is to make explicit, understandable, and non-shocking the fact and realm of occurrence of such doubts as to norm. A REALISTIC JURISPRUDENCE-THE NEXT STEP 31 Hence I argue that the focus, the center of law, is not merely what the judge does, in the impact of that doing on the interested layman, but what any state official does, officially.

LAw REv. 991 (1928). REALISM officials whose actions are of no less importance; quantitatively their actions are of vastly greater importance, though it may well be that the judge's position gives him a leverage of peculiar power. In what has preceded I have somewhat lightly argued as if judge and court were the he-all and end-all of the legal focus. It is time to reformulate, to grow at once more accurate and more inclusive. 23 The actions of these other officials touch the interested layman more often than do those of the judge; increasingly so, and apparently increasing at a rising rate of increase as the administrative machine gains in function and in force.

He may move more comfortably if he can keep people from observing that his moves mean change. , or to urge that describing the immediate remedy describes the whole situation, today. It does describe the most important, and a much neglected, aspect of the situation. 12 REALISM to get, and how to get there, this obfuscation of the facts is another matter. Secondly, a price was paid, of ambiguity-indeed of multiguity. "RulesH is a term sufficiently ambiguous. " 7 a And when theorists discuss, they will move from one of these meanings into another without notice, and with all and any gradations of conno* tations.

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