Thursday, August 22, 2013

August 2013 issue of Law & History Review

The August 2013 issue of the Law & History Review is out. (I've included links, but they forward to content that is only available to subscribers.)

Articles:
Mark Golub, Remembering Massive Resistance to School Desegregation

Helen J. Knowles, Seeing the Light: Lysander Spooner's Increasingly Popular Constitutionalism

Michael Schoeppner, Peculiar Quarantines: The Seamen Acts and Regulatory Authority in the Antebellum South 
Some highlights from the book reviews: R.B. Bernstein reviews Alexander Tsesis, For Liberty and Equality; Anders Walker reviews Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Courage to Dissent; Reuel Schiller reviews Joanna Grisinger, The Unwieldy American State; Steven K. Green reviews Sarah Barringer Gordon, The Spriit of the Laws . . .  and much more. 
Subscribers, check out the full issue here.

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