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Dismembering the Body Politic: Partisan Politics in England's Towns, 1650-1730

Paul D. Halliday - History - 2003 - 416 pages
An account of the emergence of local partisan politics in the century after the English Civil War.
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Law and Government Under the Tudors: Essays Presented to Sir Geoffrey Elton

Claire Cross, Geoffrey Rudolph Elton, David Loades - History - 2002 - 296 pages
This is a collection of specially commissioned research essays by scholars on the government of Tudor England, designed as a tribute from a group of advanced students to their ...
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The Common Peace: Participation and the Criminal Law in Seventeenth-Century ...

Cynthia B. Herrup - History - 1989 - 232 pages
The Common Peace traces the attitudes behind the enforcement of the criminal law in early modern England. Focusing on five stages in prosecution (arrest, bail, indictment ...
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The Renewal of the Old: Inaugural Lecture: Delivered 1 February 1996

David Johnston - Law - 1996 - 25 pages
David Johnston argues powerfully that modern legal systems have much to learn from legal history, and from the methods and approaches of their predecessors. Roman law in ...
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A Natural Right to Die: Twenty-three Centuries of Debate

Raymond Whiting - Law - 2002 - 222 pages
Demonstrates how U.S. attitudes and practices concerning euthanasia have been influenced by the historical development of rights within the western world.
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The Spirit of American Law

George S. Grossman - Law - 2000 - 556 pages
An anthology of introductory readings on the roots, history, and future of American law.
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Murder Trials

Marcus Tullius Cicero - History - 1975 - 367 pages
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History, Memory, and the Law

Austin Sarat, Thomas R. Kearns - History - 2009 - 336 pages
Law in the modern era is one of the most important of our society's technologies for preserving memory. In helping to construct our memory in certain ways law participates in ...
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