The Legal rights of capital, labor, and the public.
Chicago : Knight, Leonard, 1893.
77 pages ; 22 cm.
Making of Modern Law legal treatises.
Formatted Contents Note
Charge of Chief Justice Paxson, of Pennsylvania, on the homestead affair Address of Justice Brewer, of the United States Supreme Court, upon 'Organized labor and the railways' The order and opinions of the United States Court, judges Taft and Ricks, in the Ann Arbor cases The charge of Judge Baker, in District Court of the United States, at Indianapolis, in the Lake Erie and Western Cases Opinion of Judge Billings, of the United States Circuit Court at New Orleans, in the matter of the strike by the Workingmen's Amalgamated Council The charge of Judge Jackson, of the United States Court at Wheeling, West Va., in the mail obstruction cases Opinion of Judge Speers, of the United States Court at Macon, Ga., in re Central R.R. of Georgia.
Reproduction of original from Harvard Law School Library.