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Cover: Transformations in American Legal History, II: Law, Ideology, and Methods: Essays in Honor of Morton J. Horwitz

Transformations in American Legal History, II: Law, Ideology, and Methods: Essays in Honor of Morton J. Horwitz

Hamilton, Daniel W.
Brophy, Alfred L.

These essays assess specific themes in legal historian Morton Horwitz’s work, from the antebellum era to the Warren Court, from jurisprudence to the influence of economics on judicial doctrine. The essays are, like Horwitz, provocative and original as they continue his transformation of American legal history.

Cover: Transformations in American Legal History: Essays in Honor of Professor Morton J. Horwitz

Transformations in American Legal History: Essays in Honor of Professor Morton J. Horwitz

Hamilton, Daniel W.
Brophy, Alfred L.

During his career at Harvard, Morton Horwitz changed the questions legal historians ask. In this book, Horwitz’s students re-examine legal history from America’s colonial era to the late twentieth century. The essays are, like Horwitz, provocative and original as they continue his transformation of American legal history.

The Project-State and Its Rivals: A New History of the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries, by Charles S. Maier, from Harvard University Press

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