Thursday, October 31, 2013

LHR 31:4 (November 2013)

Here’s the TOC to Law and History Review 31:4 (November 2013).

In this Issue, by Elizabeth Dale

Understanding Curtiss-Wright, Edward A. Purcell

The French Revolution, the Union of Avignon, and the Challenges of National Self-Determination, by Edward James Kolla

The Statute of Westminster, 1931: An Irish Perspective, by Thomas Mohr

A Fine Mixture of Pity and Justice:” The Criminal Justice Response to Infanticide in Ireland, 1922–1949, by Karen M. Brennan

Judicial “Truth” and Historical “Truth”: The Case of the Ardeatine Caves Massacre, by Giorgio Resta and Vincenzo Zeno-Zencovich

Book Reviews

Nan Goodman, Banished: Common Law and the Rhetoric of Social Exclusion in Early New England, by Carla Spivack

M. Michelle Jarrett Morris, Under Household Government: Sex and Family in Puritan Massachusetts, and Mark E. Kann, Taming Passion for the Public Good: Sex in the Early Republic, by Elizabeth H. Pleck

Christopher Frank, Master and Servant Law: Chartists, Trade Unions, Radical Lawyers and the Magistracy in England, 1840–1865, by Norma Landau

Paul Friedland, Seeing Justice Done: The Age of Spectacular Capital Punishment in France, by Randall McGowen

David M. Rabban, Law's History: American Legal Thought and the Transatlantic Turn to History, by Steven Wilf

R. Blake Brown, Arming and Disarming: A History of Gun Control in Canada, by Robert J. Spitzer

Holly McCammon, The U.S. Women's Jury Movement and Strategic Adaptation: A More Just Verdict, by Joanna L. Grossman

Eileen Boris and Jennifer Klein, Caring for America: Home Health Workers in the Shadow of the Welfare State, by Karen M. Tani