Social and institutional foundations of early American law Law, society, and economy in colonial America The law in revolution and revolution in the law Law, politics, and the rise of the American legal system The active state and the mixed economy : 1789-1861 Common law, jurists, and American values : continuity and change, 1780-1880 Race and the nineteenth-century law of personal status The nineteenth-century law of domestic relations The dangerous classes and the nineteenth-century criminal justice system Law, industrialization, and the beginnings of the regulatory state : 1860-1920 The professionalization of the legal culture : bench and bar, 1860-1920 The judicial response to industrialization : 1860-1920 Cultural pluralism, total war, and the formation of modern legal culture : 1917-1945 The Great Depression and the emergence of liberal legal culture Law and society in the Cold War years, 1946-1990 The imperial judiciary and contemporary social and cultural change.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -414) and index.
KF352 .H35 2009
9780195081794 019508179X 9780195081800 0195081803