20 July 2020

JOURNAL: American Journal of Legal History (Vol. 60, Issue 2)

(Source: OUP)

The American Journal of Legal History has recently published its latest issue.

Reforming Criminal Justice in the Ottoman Empire: Police, Courts and Prisons in Rusçuk, 1839-1864
Mehmet Celik 109
Combatting Bias in the Criminal Courts of France, 1870s-1913
James Donovan 137
Political Judging and Judicial Restraint: The Case of Learned and Augustus Hand
Jak Allen 169
Law at a Critical Juncture: The US Army’s Command Responsibility Trials at Manila, 1945-1947
Jamie Fellows 192
White Subversion of Public School Desegregation in South Carolina, 1963-1970
Stephen Lowe 223
Book Reviews
Elizabeth Papp Kamali, Felony and the Guilty Mind in Medieval England
Sarah B. White 247
Anat Rosenberg, Liberalizing Contracts: Nineteenth Century Promises Through Literature, Law and History
Victoria Barnes 250

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