Slavery in the Courtroom (1985)

Slavery in the Courtroom (1985)

Slavery in the Courtroom (1985)

Paul Finkelman

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2020
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Classic analysis of the law of slavery that received the Joseph A. Andrews Award from the American Association of Law Libraries in 1986. Offers a detailed discussion and analysis of the pamphlet materials on the law of slavery published in the United States and Great Britain, and as such, provides readers with easy access to an understanding of most of the important American and British cases on slavery, including Somerset v. Stewart (Eng., 1772), The United States v. Amistad (U.S., 1841), and Dred Scott v. Sanford (U.S., 1857). Illustrated. xxvii, 312 pp. 3

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