Thursday, April 26, 2012

AJLH 52:2 (April 2012)

Here's the table of contents for the American Journal of Legal History, volume 52, issue 2 (April 2012):

Getting "Delisted": The Independent Socialist League's [Ultimately] Successful Challenge to the "Attorney General's List of Subversive Activities," 1948-1958, by Robert Justin Goldstein

The Origin of Privacy as a Legal Value: A Reflection on Roman and English Law, by Bernardo Periñán

Book Reviews

William P. Cahill and Robert M. Jarvis, Out of the Muck: A History of the Broward Sheriff's Office, 1915-2000, by Mitchel P. Roth

María M. Carrión, Subject Stages: Marriage, Theatre, and the Law in Early Modern Spain, by Taylor Simpson-Wood

Mark Cooney, Is Killing Wrong? A Study in Pure Sociology, by Samuel H. Pillsbury

Susan L. Crockin and Howard W. Jones, Jr., Legal Conceptions: The Evolving Law and Policy of
Assisted Reproductive Technologies, by Susan B. Apel

Leo Damrosch. Tocqueville's Discovery of America, by Martin Rogoff

Donald L. Drakeman, Church, State, and Original Intent, by C.M.A. McCauliff

Daniel L. Dreisbach, Mark David Hall, and Jeffrey H. Morrison (eds.), The Forgotten Founders on Religion and Public Life, by David K. DeWolf

Daniel L. Dreisbach and Mark David Hall (eds.), The Sacred Rights of Conscience: Selected Readings on Religious Liberty and Church-State Relations in the American Founding, by Richard Collin Mangrum

John P. Enyeart, The Quest for "Just and Pure Law": Rocky Mountain Workers and American Social Democracy, 1870-1924, by  Harry F. Tepker, Jr.

Crystal N. Feimster, Southern Horrors: Women and the Politics of Rape and Lynching, by Michele Alexandre

Eric Foner (ed.), Our Lincoln: New Perspectives on Lincoln and His World, by Mark E. Steiner

Barry Friedman, The Will of the People: How Public Opinion Has Influenced the Supreme Court and Shaped the Meaning of the Constitution, by Helena Silverstein

Martin H. Redish, Wholesale Justice: Constitutional Democracy and the Problem of the Class
Action Lawsuit by John Bronsteen

Mark Rifkin, Manifesting America: The Imperial Construction of U.S. National Space by Robert J. Miller

Christian G. Samito (ed.), Changing in Law and Society During the Civil War and Reconstruction: A Legal History Documentary Reader, by Tom Reed

Steve Sheppard, I Do Solemnly Swear: The Moral Obligations of Legal Officials, by Christopher J. Roederer

Thomas P. Slaughter, The Beautiful Soul of John Woolman, Apostle of Abolition, by Kristin A. Olbertson

Adriane Lentz-Smith, Freedom Struggles: African Americans and World War I, by Calvin L. Lewis

Robert J. Spitzer, Saving the Constitution From Lawyers: How Legal Training and Law Reviews Distort Constitutional Meaning, by Cameron Stracher