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New Histories of American Law

New Histories of American Law is a series of bold, synthetic, and path-breaking interpretive books that will address the key topics in the field of American legal history, written by the leaders of the field, and designed for scholars and students throughout universities,colleges, and law schools.

General Editors: Christopher L. Tomlins, University of California, Berkeley; Michael Grossberg, Indiana University

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