Wednesday, May 6, 2015

LHR 33:2

Law and History Review 33:2 (May 2015) is now available online.  Here are its contents:

In This Issue
Elizabeth Dale

The End of Entail: Information, Institutions, and Slavery in the American Revolutionary Period
Claire Priest

The Origins of Indirect Rule in India: Hyderabad and the British Imperial Order
Kavita Saraswathi Datla

Property Law as Labor Control in the Postbellum South
Brian Sawers

Prohibition Plebiscites on the Prairies: (Not-So) Direct Legislation and Liquor Control in Alberta, 1915–1932
Sarah E. Hamill

and Recht in West Germany's Nuclear Power Debate, 1975–1983
Michael L. Hughes

Murder Appeals, Delayed Executions, and the Origins of Jamaican Death Penalty Jurisprudence
James Campbell

Reviews by Katharina Isabel Schmidt, Phillipp Schofield, Sara M. Butler, M. Michelle Jarrett Morris, Aaron T. Knapp, Bethany R. Berger, Nathan B. Oman, Charlotte Crane, Steven J. Heyman, and Joseph Postell.  H/t @LHR_editor

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