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The Cambridge history of law in America. Vol. 2, The long nineteenth century (1789-1920)

Author: Michael Grossberg; Christopher L Tomlins
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, ©2008.
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This volume covers the history of American law from the birth of the Republic to the immediate aftermath of the First World War. The reinvention of a distinctly American state system is examined, as are the establishment and growth of a systemic legal education, the growing density of legal institutions, and other areas.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
History
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Grossberg; Christopher L Tomlins
ISBN: 9781139054188 113905418X 9780511466717 0511466714 9781139054188
OCLC Number: 457144930
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 822 pages)
Contents: Law and the American State, from the Revolution to the Civil War: Institutional Growth and Structural Change / Mark R. Wilson --
Legal Education and Legal Thought, 1790-1920 / Hugh C. MacGill and R. Kent Newmyer --
The Legal Profession: From the Revolution to the Civil War / Alfred S. Konefsky --
The Courts, 1790-1920 / Kermit L. Hall --
Criminal Justice in the United States, 1790-1920: A Government of Laws or Men? / Elizabeth Dale --
Citizenship And Immigration Law, 1800-1924: Resolutions Of Membership And Territory / Kunal M. Parker --
Federal Policy, Western Movement, and Consequences for Indigenous People, 1790-1920 / David E. Wilkins --
Marriage and Domestic Relations / Norma Basch --
Slavery, Anti-Slavery, and the Coming of the Civil War / Ariela Gross --
The Civil War And Reconstruction / Laura F. Edwards --
Law, Personhood, and Citizenship in the Long Nineteenth Century: the Borders of Belonging / Barbara Young Welke --
Law in Popular Culture, 1790-1920: The People and the Law / Nan Goodman --
Law and Religion, 1790-1920 / Sarah Barringer Gordon --
Legal Innovation and Market Capitalism, 1790-1920 / Tony A. Freyer --
Innovations in Law and Technology, 1790-1920 / B. Zorina Khan --
The Laws of Industrial Organization, 1870-1920 / Karen Orren --
The Military in American Legal History / Jonathan Lurie --
The United States and International Affairs, 1789-1919 / Eileen P. Scully --
Politics, State-Building, and the Courts, 1870-1920 / William E. Forbath.
Other Titles: History of law in America
Long nineteenth century (1789-1920)
Responsibility: edited by Michael Grossberg, Christopher Tomlins.

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This volume covers the history of American law from the birth of the Republic to the immediate aftermath of the First World War. The reinvention of a distinctly American state system is examined, as are the establishment and growth of a systemic legal education, the growing density of legal institutions, and other areas.

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