I've been reading some broad and general books on constitutional and public law of England and Wales. A number of works are often cited, e.g. Lord Bingham's Rule of law, Bagehot's The English Constitution, Dicey's Law of the Constitution etc. However, I've also come across a number of shorter essays and addresses which seem to be rather difficult to get my hands on. The first is Lord Hailsham's 1976 Richard Dimbleby Lecture titled Elective Dictatoship, apparently popularising the phrase. The second is Learned Hand's address marking the 250th anniversary of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts in November 1942 where he talks about the spirit of moderation.
The only sources I can find for these are out-of-print books and even outer-of-print magazines which cost a small fortune.
Does anyone know of a more readily available source for these two addresses?