American Lawyers in a Changing Society: 1776-1876
American Lawyers in a Changing Society, 1776-1876 focuses on the interactions between law, lawyers, and American society taking into account not only the influence that bench and bar wielded over the lay public, but also the equally important restraints that societal norms imposed upon the thinking and behavior of the professional classes.
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