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The sanctity of law, in what does it consist? : the story of man's attainment of law and order from Roman times to the present

Author: John William Burgess
Publisher: New York : Harper & Bros., 1928.
Series: Law books recommended for libraries., Legal history ;, 24.
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Microfiche : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: (DLC) 28019948
(OCoLC)1821503
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John William Burgess
OCLC Number: 13417525
Notes: Fiche header gives 1927. Title page gives 1928.
Includes index.
Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. Littleton, Colo. : F.B. Rothman, 1986. 4 microfiches. (A.A.L.S. Law books recommended for libraries. Legal history ; 24).
Description: vii, 345 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The meaning of law --
The effort of the Roman Empire to solve the question of the sanctity of law --
The Carolingian Empire and its dependence upon the Pope's authority --
Practical development of the theory of law by divine revelation through Pope and emperor --
How the Renaissance temporarily upset men's regard for the law --
The Reformation and the collapse of the Pope's authority --
The Revolution in England --
The political geography of the European Continent in 1648 --
National evolution on the European Continent from 1648 to 1789 --
The total bouleversement of the political and juristic philosophy of the Middle Ages by the rationalism of the French Revolution --
The Holy Alliance and the lesson of its failure --
The triumph of the Revolution over the Metternich system of European organization --
The development of the national states system in Europe from the Revolution of 1848 to the Congress of Berlin in 1878 --
National development in Europe from 1878 to 1914 --
The World War, the Versailles Pact, and the halt of the historic movement for the formation of genuine nations as the basis for a new sanctity of law --
Does the system of the "League of Nations" remedy and compensate the defects of the Treaty of Versailles of 1919? --
Conclusion.
Series Title: Law books recommended for libraries., Legal history ;, 24.
Responsibility: by John W. Burgess.

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