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Crimsoned Prairie: The Indian Wars

S. L. A. Marshall - History - 1972 - 256 pages
This is the first study of the military tactics employed by the Plains Indians and the U.S. Army in their long war for the American frontier. The Indian Wars were sloppily ...
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To Serve and Protect: Privatization and Community in Criminal Justice

Bruce L. Benson - Law - 1998 - 372 pages
In contrast to government's predominant role in criminal justice today, for many centuries crime control was almost entirely private and community-based. Government police ...
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Sherman: A Soldier's Passion for Order

John F. Marszalek - Biography & Autobiography - 2007 - 635 pages
Sherman: A Soldier’s Passion for Order is the premier biography of William Tecumseh Sherman, the Civil War commander known for his “destructive war” policy against Confederates ...
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How the Indians Lost Their Land: Law and Power on the Frontier

Stuart Banner - History - 2005 - 344 pages
Argues that the first land deals between Englishmen and Native Americans were lawful real estate transactions based on the definition of what was legal at the time.
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Steven Shavell - Business & Economics - 2004 - 737 pages
What effects do laws have? Do individuals drive more cautiously, clear ice from sidewalks more diligently, and commit fewer crimes because of the threat of legal sanctions? Do ...
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The Sense of Reality: Studies in Ideas and Their History

Isaiah Berlin - History - 1998 - 304 pages
Essays discuss realism in history, political judgment, the impact of Marxism, and the origins of nationalism
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Sovereign Nations Or Reservations?: An Economic History of American Indians

Terry Lee Anderson - Social Science - 1995 - 202 pages
Debunking the romanticism surrounding American Indian culture, the author sets the record straight by showing that Indians had property rights, contracts, and market exchange ...
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