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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Michael Grossberg; Christopher L Tomlins
|Notes:||Originally published: 2008.|
|Contents:||1. Law and state, 1920-2000: institutional growth and structural change Daniel R. Ernst; 2. Legal theory and legal education, 1920-2000 William W. Fisher III; 3. The American legal profession, 1870-2000 Robert W. Gordon; 4. The courts, Federalism and the Federal Constitution, 1920-2000 Edward A. Purcell, Jr; 5. The litigation revolution Lawrence M. Friedman; 6. Criminal justice in the United States Michael Willrich; 7. Law and medicine Leslie J. Reagan; 8. The Great Depression and the New Deal Barry Cushman; 9. Labor's welfare state: defining workers, constructing citizens Eileen Boris; 10. Poverty law and income support: from the progressive era to the war on welfare Gwendolyn Mink, Samantha Ann Majic and Leandra Zarnow; 11. The rights revolution in the twentieth century Mark Tushnet; 12. Race and rights Michael J. Klarman; 13. Heterosexuality as a legal regime Margot Canaday; 14. Law and the environment Betsy Mendelsohn; 15. Agriculture and the state, 1789-2000 Victoria Saker Woeste; 16. Law and economic change during the short twentieth century John Henry Schlegel; 17. The corporate economy: ideologies of regulation and antitrust, 1920-2000 Gregory A. Mark; 18. Law and commercial popular culture in the twentieth-century United States Norman L. Rosenberg; 19. Making law, making war, making America Mary L. Dudziak; 20. Law, lawyers and empire Yves Dezalay and Bryant G. Garth.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Michael Grossberg, Christopher Tomlins.|
'This volume offers much legal-historical scholarship of a high order. The extended bibliographical essays that conclude the work show the depth of learning underpinning the enterprise ... This is a