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We do not have Obama or Trump judges, Bush judges or Clinton judges. What we have is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their level best to do equal right to those appearing before them. That independent judiciary is something we should all be thankful for. Adam Liptak, Chief Defends
President chastised both a federal District Court judge, who had placed a temporary hold on an executive branch order barring some immigrant asylum seekers, and the Ninth Circuit (as “a big thorn in our side”). Kate Sullivan and Paul LeBlanc, Trump calls 9th Circuit a ‘big thorn in our side,’ accuses judges of imperiling US security , CNN, Nov. 22, 2018, https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/22/politics/trump-chief-justice-john-roberts-judges/index.html
Notwithstanding these and other challenges, however, we have good reasons for thinking they represent less than meets the eye
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quarreler was first observed, namely in Prussia. Later, in the last quarter of the 19th century, psychiatry took an enhanced hold of querulency in the process of establishing itself academically by creating professorships and expanding psychiatric asylums in Germany. The intensive investigation of querulency as a mental illness came at the same time as the extensive institutional expansion of the discipline psychiatry in Germany, starting in the 1870s. Eric J. Engstrom: »Assembling Professional Selves. On Psychiatric Instruction in Imperial Germany«, in: Eric J. Engstrom
Bohemian territories was tension filled from the outset. In Leitmeritz/Litoměřice, Maria Zanantoni, wife of high-ranking officer Eduard Zanantoni, founded the ›Invalidenfürsorge für Leitmeritz‹ in October 1914 to financially support disabled soldiers. N.d.: Jahrbuch der Invalidenfürsorge für den Bereich des Militärkommandos Leitmeritz, Gablonz an der Neiße 1917, pp. 11–14. In Reichenberg/Liberec, several German nationalist societies rededicated an institution established originally as an asylum for physically disabled children in 1914 as ›German-Bohemian welfare center
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medical standards. The provincial executive of South Holland chose to steer from a distance, and put its new competence into effect by granting subsidies and loans to local authorities and private institutions, even outside the territorial borders of the province. Between 1897 and 1907 three new mental hospitals were established in the province, and important sums were allocated to the hospitalization of patients from South Holland in other provinces. The old urban asylums were closed. Gemma Blok / Joost Vijselaar: Terug naar Endegeest. Patienten en hun behandeling in