An introduction to the law of the United States
A comprehensive survey of U.S. law through a descriptive and penetrating analysis of the many domains of the law which are part of the curriculum of the American law student. The presentation is methodical, the style and structure is logical.
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HISTORY OF THE LAW OF
From the War of Secession to
The Period After the War
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