Monday, September 11, 2017

AJLH 57:3

The American Journal of Legal History 57: 3 (September 2017) is now available in its entirety.

Articles

From Petitions for Gratuities to Claims for Damages: Personal Injuries and Railroads During the Industrialization of the United States, by Robert J. Kaczorowski

Acts of the “Most Sanguinary Rage”: Spousal Murder in Montreal, 1825-1850, by Ian C. Pilarczyk

‘His Barbarous Usages’, Her ‘Evil Tongue’: Character and Class in Trials for Spouse Murder at the Old Bailey, 1674-1790, by Andrea McKenzie

Book Reviews
 
Richard Alan Ryerson, John Adams' Republic: The One, the Few, and the Many
Luke Mayville, John Adams and the Fear of American Oligarchy   
Tom Cutterham

Dale Gibson, Law, Life and Government at Red River, Volume 1, Settlement and Governance, 1812-1872   
Russell C. Smandych

Laura Weinrib, The Taming of Free Speech: America’s Civil Liberties Compromise   
Anders Walker

Peter Wallenstein, Race, Sex, and the Freedom to Marry: Loving v. Virginia   
Alison Lefkovitz

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