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The selected writings and speeches of Sir Edward CokeUser Review - Book Verdict
When it came to British law, Coke (1552- 1634) was akin to a force of nature. In addition to his duties in Parliament as Speaker of the House, it fell to Coke to write down all of British law for academic study. He also was the power behind numerous laws that ended abuses of citizens by the crown; many of his ideas were incorporated into the U.S. Constitution. This three-volume set offers a large selection of his writings for a very reasonable price. ...
Three petitions Coke as Speaker of
Petition of Grievances privileges
Official Acts Related to Sir Edward Cokes Career
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