File Box 2 – Constitutional Law

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FILE BOX #2 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 

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Reid, John. “The Touch of History: the Historical Method of a Common Law Judge.” American Journal of Legal History 8 (1964): 157-71.

Dennison, George M. “The Dorr War and the Triumph of Institutionalism” (paper presented before the OAH, 1973) (typescript).

Schuchman, John S. “The Political Background of the Political-Question Doctrine: the Judges and the Dorr War.” American Journal of Legal History 16 (Apr. 1972): 111-25.

Weicek, William M. “‘A Peculiar Conservatism’ and the Dorr Rebellion: Constitutional Clash in Jacksonian America” (paper presented before the OAH, 1973) (typescript).

Billings, Warren M. “The Evolution of Due Process of Law in Seventeenth-Century Virginia: a Comparative Perspective” (paper presented before the SHA, 1978).

Billings, Warren M. “Pleading, Procedure, and Practice: the Meaning of Due Process of Law in Seventeenth-Century Virginia.” JSH 47.4 (Nov. 1981): 569-84.

Bundy, McGeorge. “A Lay View of Due Process.” In Government Under Law, ed. Arthur E. Sutherland (NY: , 1968).

Cavers, David F. “A Critique of the Choice-of-Law Problem.” Harvard Law Review 47.2 (Dec. 1933): 173-208.

Frankel, Marvin E. “Trials and Procedure: From Private Fights Toward Public Justice.” In Bernard Schwartz, ed., American law : the third century : the law Bicentennial volume (South Hackensack, N.J. : Published for New York University School of Law by F. B. Rothman, 1976).

Hamilton, Walton H. “The Path of Due Process of Law.” Ethics 48 (Apr. 1938): 269-96.

Jurow, Keith. “Untimely Thoughts: a Reconsideration of the Origins of Due Process of Law.” American Journal of Legal History 19 (Oct. 1975): 265-79.

Schwartz, Bernard. “Due Process Dominant.” In his The Reins of Power (NY: Hill and Wang, 1963).

Weintraub, Russell J. “Due Process and Full Faith and Credit: Limitations on a State’s Choice of Law.” Iowa Law Review 44.3 (Spring 1959): 449-91.

Tyack, David and Aaron Benavot. “Courts and Public Schools: Educational Litigation in Historical Perspective.” Law and Society Review 19.3 (1985): 339-80.

Tribe, Laurence H. and Thomas M. Rollins. “Deadlock: What Happens If Nobody Wins.” Atlantic Monthly 246 (Oct. 1980): 49-62. (Electoral College)

Jesen, Richard. “Metropolitan Elites in the Midwest, 1907-29: a Study in Multivariate Collective Biography.” In Frederic Cople Jaher, ed., The Rich, the Well Born, and the Powerful: Elites and Upper Classes in History (Urbana: U Illinois, 1973).

Stovall, Mary E. “The Persistent Patriarchy? White Elite and Middle-Class Families in the Reconstruction Central South” (paper presented before the OAH, 1986) (typescript).

Freyer, Tony. “Reassessing the Impact of Eminent Domain in Early American Economic Development.” Wisconsin Law Review (1981): 1263-86.

Mansnerus, Laura. “Public Use, Private Use, and Judicial Review of Eminent Domain.” New York University Law Review 58 (May 1983): 409-56.

Scheiber, Harry N. “The Jurisprudence–and Mythology–of Eminent Domain in American Legal History.” In Ellen Frankel Paul & Howard Dickman eds., Liberty, Property, and Government (Albany, NY: SUNY, 1989).

Billings, Warren M. “English Legal Literature as a Source of Law and Legal Practice for Seventeenth-Century Virginia.” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 81 (1979): 403-16.

Graves, Lila V. “Clarissa and the English Marriage Laws” (paper presented before ?, 1984) (typescript).

Levack, Brian P. “Legal Aspects of Anglo-Scottish Union, 1603-1707″ (paper presented before ALHS, n.d.).

Shammas, Carole. “English Inheritance Law and Its Transfer to the Colonies.” American Journal of Legal History 31 (Apr. 1987): 145-63.

Alford, Neill H. “The Influence of the American Civil War Upon the Growth of the Law of Decedents’ Estates and Trusts.” American Journal of Legal History 4 (1960): 299-354.

Subrin, Stephen N. “How Equity Conquered Common Law: the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in Historical Perspective.” University of Pennsylvania Law Review 135 (1987): 909-1002.

Goldberg, Arthur J. “The Supreme Court, Congress, and Rules of Evidence.” Seton Hall Law Review 5 (1974): 667-87.

Gray, Charles M. “The Boundaries of the Equitable Function.” American Journal of Legal History 20 (July 1976): 192-226.

Wasserstrom, Richard A. “Equity.” Excerpt from his The Judicial Decision: Toward a Theory of Legal Justification (Stanford UP, 1961).

Hoffer, Peter Charles. “The Declaration of Independence as a Bill of Equity” (1985) (typescript).

Hoffer, Peter Charles. Chapters 1-6 from his Laws Conscience: Equitable Constitutionalism In America (U North Carolina, 1990) (typescript).

Excerpt from article on Gore Vidal, Time 1 March 1976, p64.

McPherson, James M. “Antebellum: a New Look at an Old Question.” Civil War History 29 (Sept. 1983): 230-44.

McCrary, Peyton. “Taking History to Court.” Focus 16 (Jan. 1988): 4-6.

Benedict, Michael Les. “Factionalism and Representation: Some Insight from the Nineteenth-Century United States.” Social Science History 9.4 (Fall 1985): 361-98.

Handler, Joel F. “Editor’s Introduction.” In his Family Law and the Poor: Essays by Jacobus ten Broek (Greenwood Pr., 1971).

Thomson, David. “‘I am not my father’s keeper’: Families and the Elderly in Nineteenth Century England.” Law and History Review 2 (Feb. 1984): 265-86.

 

 

Boyd, Steven R. “The Contract Clause and the Evolution of American Federalism, 1789-1815.” The William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, 44 (July 1987): 529-48.

Bradley, Joseph. “Equality.” In Miscellaneous writings of the late Hon. Joseph P. Bradley … and a review of his “judicial record,” by William Draper Lewis … and an account of his “dissenting opinions,” by the late A. Q. Keasbey …Ed. and comp. by his son, Charles Bradley (Newark, N.J., L.J. Hardham, 1902).

Review of Louw and Kendall’s South Africa: the Solution ( Publications, 1987). The Economist, 9 May 1987, p85-6.

Subrin, Stephen N. “David Dudley Field and the Field Code: a Historical Analysis of an Earlier Procedural Vision.” Law and History Review 6.2 (Feb. 1988): 311-73.

 

 

Zagarri, Rosemary. “Representation and the Removal of State Capitals, 1776-1812.” Journal of American History 74 (March 1988): 1239-56.

 

 

Boldt, Hans. “Federalism as an Issue in the German Constitutions of 1849 and 1871″ (paper presented before the symposium, The American Constitution and German-American Constitutional Thought (Krefeld, May 28-31, 1987) (typescript).

Finkelman, Paul. “States’ Rights, North and South, in Antebellum America” (paper presented before the symposium, The American Constitution and German-American Constitutional Thought (Krefeld, May 28-31, 1987) (typescript).

Ketcham, Ralph. “Leadership, Citizenship, and Good Government: Problems and Opportunities, 1787 and 1987″ (paper presented before the symposium, The American Constitution and German-American Constitutional Thought (Krefeld, May 28-31, 1987) (typescript).

 “Civil Rights and German Constitutional Thought, 1848-1871″ (paper presented before the symposium, The American Constitution and German-American Constitutional Thought (Krefeld, May 28-31, 1987) (typescript).

, G. “Safeguards of Civil and Constitutional Rights: the Debate on the Role of the ” (paper presented before the symposium, The American Constitution and German-American Constitutional Thought (Krefeld, May 28-31, 1987) (typescript).

Neuhaus, Helmut. “The Federal Principle and the Holy Roman Empire” (paper presented before the symposium, The American Constitution and German-American Constitutional Thought (Krefeld, May 28-31, 1987) (typescript).

Onuf, Peter S. “American Federalism and the Politics of Expansion” (paper presented before the symposium, The American Constitution and German-American Constitutional Thought (Krefeld, May 28-31, 1987) (typescript).

Summers, Clyde W. “The Supreme Court and Industrial Democracy” (paper presented before the symposium, The American Constitution and German-American Constitutional Thought (Krefeld, May 28-31, 1987) (typescript).

Wiecek, William M. “The Liberal Critique of the Supreme Court” (paper presented before the symposium, The American Constitution and German-American Constitutional Thought (Krefeld, May 28-31, 1987) (typescript).

 

 

Singewald, Karl. The Doctrine of Non-Suability of the State in the United States (dissertation; John Hopkins University, 1910).

 

 

Alexander, Thomas B. “The Civil War as Institutional Fulfillment.” Journal of Southern History 47.1 (Feb. 1981): 3-32.

Boyd, Steven R. “The Counter-Revolution Revisited: the Impact of the Constitution on State Economic Policy, 1789-1815″ (paper presented before the OAH, 1982).

Broyles, David. “Federalism and Freedom: Today’s Views” (paper presented at the Bicentennial Conference on ” E Pluribus Unum: Constitutional Principles and the Institutions of Government,” U Dallas, Oct. 16-18, 1986) (typescript).

Carey, Edward. The Confederation and the Nation.” Continental Monthly 3.6 (June 1863): 694-7.

Choper, Jesse H. “The Scope of National Power Vis-a-Vis the States: the Dispensability of Judicial Review.” Yale Law Journal 86 (July 1977): 1552-1621.

Commager, Henry Steele. “Federal Centralization and the Press.” In his Freedom and Order (NY: G. Braziller, 1966).

Corwin, Edward S. “The Passing of Dual Federalism.” Virginia Law Review 36 (Feb. 1950): 1-24.

Cramton, Roger C. “The Supreme Court and the Decline of State Power.” Journal of Law and Economics 2 (Oct. 1959): 175-89.

Davis, Jefferson. “Speech on the Oregon Bill, 12 July 1848.” In The Papers of Jefferson Davis (Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1971-85).

Dykstra, Daniel J. “The History of a Legislative Power Struggle.” Wisconsin Law Review (Spring 1966): 1-28.

Edmunds, George Franklin. “The State and the Nation.” The North American Review 133.299 (Oct. 1881): 338-353.

Elazar, Daniel J. “Federal-State Collaboration in the Nineteenth-Century United States.” Political Science Quarterly 79.2 (June 1964): 248-81.

Elazar, Daniel J. “Federalism.” International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (NY: Macmillan, 1967) (typescript).

Elazar, Daniel J. “The Outlook for Creative Federalism” (paper presented before the 95th Annual Forum of the National Conference on Social Welfare, San Francisco, 27 May 1968) (typescript).

Elazar, Daniel J. “Syllabus for Undergraduate Course in American Federalism” (typescript).

Field, David Dudley. “Centralization in the Federal Government.” The North American Review 132.294 (May 1881): 407-27.

Frothingham, O.B. The Let-Alone Policy. A Sermon, June 9, 1861 (NY: Published at No. 5 Beekman Street) (pamphlet).

Gibson, James L. “Freedom, Pluralism, and Federalism: an Enigmatic Trio?” (paper presented at the Bicentennial Conference on “E Pluribus Unum: Constitutional Principles and the Institutions of Government,” U Dallas, Oct. 16-18, 1986) (typescript).

Kutler, Stanley I. and William M. Wiecek. “The Nation and the State: 1868.” Wisconsin Law Review 2 (1968): 312-20.

Lauricella, Peter A. “The Real ‘Contract With America’: the Original Intent of the Tenth Amendment and the Commerce Clause.” Albany Law Review 60 (1997): 1377-1408.

Lieber, Francis. “What Is a Nation?” (holograph letter to Charles Sumner, 24 Aug. 1867) (see also Card 13.113).

Loring, Edward G. “The Drift Toward Centralization.” The North American Review 139.333 (Aug. 1884): 155-64.

“The Louisiana Case: Views of Hon. Reverdy Johnson.” Central Law Journal 40 (1 Oct. 1874): 488-9; “The Louisiana Question.” Central Law Journal 43 (23 Oct. 1874): 527-9.

Miscellaneous excerpts from nineteenth-century U.S. journals and magazines on federal powers (nineteen pieces).

Nettels, Curtis Putnam. “The Origins of the Union and of the States.” Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings 72 (Oct. 1957-Dec. 1960): 68-83.

Old and New 11.1 (Jan. 1875): 1-6 (on federalism).

Parish, Peter J. “A Talent for Survival: American Federalism in the Era of the Civil War.” Historical Research: Bulletin of the Institute for Historical Research (London) 62 (1989): 178-92.

“Power of a State to Exclude Foreigners From its Limits, and to Prevent Their Landing, on Account of the Immorality of their Past Lives.” Central Law Journal, 16 Oct. 1874, p515-16.

Scheiber, Harry N. “American Federalism and the Diffusion of Power: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives.” University of Toledo Law Review 9 (Summer 1978): 619-80.

Scheiber, Harry N. Curriculum vitae, 1985.

Scheiber, Harry N. “Federalism and Legal Process: Historical and Contemporary Analysis of the American System.” Law and Society Review 14.3 (Spring 1980): 663-722.

Scheiber, Harry N. “Federalism and the American Economic Order, 1789-1910.” Law and Society Review 10 (Feb. 1975): 57-118.

Scheiber, Harry N. “Federalism and the Constitution: the Original Understanding.” In American law and the constitutional order : historical perspectives, ed. Lawrence M. Friedman and Harry N. Scheiber (Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1978).

Scheiber, Harry N. “Federalism, the Southern Regional Economy, and Public Policy Since 1865.” In Ambivalent Legacy : a Legal History of the South, ed. David J. Bodenhamer and James W. Ely, Jr. (Jackson : UP Mississippi, 1984).

Scheiber, Harry N. “From the New Deal to the New Federalism, 1933-1983.” In The New Deal Legacy and the Constitution: a Half-Century Retrospect, 1933-83 (Berkeley: Boalt Hall School of Law, U California, 1984).

“States Rights.” The Nation, 8 Dec. 1887, p453-4.

Thompson, John A. “Means to What Ends? Government Growth and Liberal Reformers, 1910-20.” In Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones and Bruce Collins, ed., The Growth of Federal Power in American History (Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1983).

Urofsky, Melvin I. “Proposed Federal Incorporation in the Progressive Era.” American Journal of Legal History 26 (Apr. 1982): 160-83.

 

 

Freyer, Tony A. “The Federal Courts, Localism, and the National Economy, 1865-1900.” Business History Review 53.3 (Autumn 1979): 343-63.

Hall, Kermit L. “The Children of the Cabins: the Lower Federal Judiciary, Modernization, and the Political Culture, 1789-1899.” Northwestern University Law Review 75.3 (1980): 423-71.

Tachau, Mary K. Bonsteel. “2290 Cases: The Kentucky Federal Courts, 1789-1816″ (paper presented before the OAH, 1976) (typescript).

 

 

Currie, David P. “The Constitution in the Supreme Court: State and Congressional Powers, 1801-1835.” University of Chicago Law Review 49.4 (Fall 1982): 887-975.

 

 

Collins, Michael G. “The Unhappy History of Federal Question Removal.” Iowa Law Review 71 (March 1986): 717-74.

Forrester, Ray. “The Nature of a ‘Federal Question’.” Tulane Law Review 16 (April 1942): 362-85.

Holt, Wythe. “The First Federal Question Case.” Law and History Review 3 (Spring 1985): 169-89.

 

 

Ellis, Richard E. “The Transformation of the State-Rights Argument, 1776-1833″ (paper presented before the OAH, 1972) (typescript).

 

 

“Theories of Federalism and Civil Rights.” Yale Law Journal 75 (1966): 1007-52.

 

 

Elazar, Daniel J. “‘To Secure the Blessings of Liberty’: Liberty and American Federal Democracy” (paper prepared for the Liberty Fund Conference on Liberty and the American Constitution, Philadelphia, PA, 8-10 Nov. 1987) (typescript).

Hancock, Ralph C. “Self-Interest and Federalism, Properly Understood: Tocqueville’s Indirect Praise of American Liberty” (paper prepared for the Liberty Fund Conference on Liberty and the American Constitution, Philadelphia, PA, 8-10 Nov. 1987) (typescript).

Kincaid, John. “Federalism and Community in the American Context” (paper prepared for the Liberty Fund Conference on Liberty and the American Constitution, Philadelphia, PA, 8-10 Nov. 1987) (typescript).

Ostrom, Vincent. “An Inquiry Concerning Liberty and Equality in the American Constitutional System” (paper prepared for the Liberty Fund Conference on Liberty and the American Constitution, Philadelphia, PA, 8-10 Nov. 1987) (typescript).

Roback, Jennifer. “Liberty, Prosperity, and Virtue: the United States as a Commercial Republic” (paper prepared for the Liberty Fund Conference on Liberty and the American Constitution, Philadelphia, PA, 8-10 Nov. 1987) (typescript).

Thurow, Glen E. “‘The Form Most Eligible’: Liberty in the Constitutional Convention” (paper prepared for the Liberty Fund Conference on Liberty and the American Constitution, Philadelphia, PA, 8-10 Nov. 1987) (typescript).

 

 

Fisher, John E. “The Legal Status of Free Blacks in Texas, 1836-1861.” Texas Southern Law Journal (n.d.): 342-62.

Hattam, Victoria C. “Workers as Conspirators: Judicial Regulation of Labor Under the Common Law Doctrine of Criminal Conspiracy (paper presented before the Conference on Labor Law In America, John Hopkins University, 20-21 March 1990) (typescript).

Karsten, Peter. “‘Bottomed on Justice’: A Reappraisal of Critical Legal Studies Scholarship Concerning Breaches of Labor Contracts by Quitting or Firing in Britain and the U.S., 1630-1880.” American Journal of Legal History 34 (July 1990): 213-61.

Lund, Nelson. “Federalism and Civil Liberties.” Kansas Law Review 45 (1997): 1045-73.

Orren, Karen. “Belated Feudalism: Labor Adjudication in the Late Nineteenth Century” (paper presented before the Conference on Labor Law In America, John Hopkins University, 20-21 March 1990) (typescript).

Reidy, Joseph P. “The Practice of Free Labor in the South During the Civil War and Reconstruction” (paper presented before the OAH, 1984) (typescript).

Stanley, Amy Dru. “The Underside of Contract Freedom: Obliging the Beggar to Labor” (paper presented before the Conference on Labor Law In America, John Hopkins University, 20-21 March 1990) (typescript).

Steinfeld, Robert J. “The Early Labor Conspiracy Cases and the Struggle Over Alternative Legal Constructions of a Free Market in Labor” (paper presented before the Conference on Labor Law In America, John Hopkins University, 20-21 March 1990) (typescript).

Tomlins, Christopher L. “Law and Power in the Employment Relationship, 1880-1850″ (paper presented before the Conference on Labor Law In America, John Hopkins University, 20-21 March 1990) (typescript).

 

 

Ernst, Daniel. “The Danbury Hatters Case, 1903-1917″ (paper presented before the Conference on Labor Law In America, John Hopkins University, 20-21 March 1990) (typescript).

Frank, John P. “Historical Bases of the Federal Judicial System.” Law and Contemporary Problems 13 (Winter 1938): 3-28.

 

 

Bischoff, Henry C. Excerpt from his The Reformers, the Workers, and the Growth of Positive Government: a History of the Labor Legislation Movement in New York State, 1865-1915) (dissertation, U Chicago, 1964).

 

 

Nockleby, John T. “Two Theories of Competition in the Early 19th Century Labor Cases.” American Journal of Legal History 38 (Oct. 1994): 452-81.

 

 

Brundage, James A. “The Profits of the Law: Legal Fees of University-Trained Advocates.” American Journal of Legal History 32 (Jan. 1988): 1-15.

 

 

Hyman, Harold M. “‘Thy Liberty in Law’: Federalism and the 19th Century Constitution” (typescript, n.d.).

Leuchtenburg, William E. “The Pertinence of Political History: Reflections on the Significance of the State in America.” Journal of American History 73.3 (Dec. 1986): 585-600.

Levy, David W. ” Tweedledee’? Visions of the State in the Election of 1912″ (paper presented before the OAH, 1986) (typescript).

 

 

Thompson, Martyn P. “The History of Fundamental Law in Political Thought from the French Wars of Religion to the American Revolution.” American Historical Review 91 (Dec. 1986): 1103-45.

 

 

 Michael A. “The Establishment of Legal Structures on the Frontier: the Case of Revolutionary Vermont.” Journal of American History 73 (March 1987): 895-915.

Matsuda, Mari J. “Law and Culture in the District Court of Honolulu, 1844-1845: a Case Study of the Rise of Legal Consciousness.” American Journal of Legal History 32 (Jan. 1988): 16-41.

 

 

Heckman, Charles A. “Establishing the Basis for Local Financing of American Railroad Construction in the Nineteenth Century: From City of Bridgeport v. The Housatonic Railroad Company to Gelpcke v. City of Dubuque.” American Journal of Legal History 32 (July 1988): 236-64.

 

 

Clarke, Alan. “Habeas Corpus: the Historical Debate.” New York Law School Journal of Human Rights 14.2 (Winter 1998): 375-434.

 

 

Danzig, Richard. “Hadley v. Baxendale: a Study in the Industrialization of the Law.” Journal of Legal Studies 4 (June 1975): 249-84.

 

 

McKnight, Joseph W. “Protection of the Family Home from Seizure by Creditors: the Sources and Evolution of a Legal Principle.” Southwestern Historical Quarterly 96 (Jan. 1983): 369-99.

 

 

“Release of Citizens Imprisoned by Foreign Governments” (22 USCA 1732).

 

 

Travis, Jeremy. “Rethinking Sovereign Immunity After Bevins.” New York University Law Review 57 (June 1982): 597-668.

 

 

Smith, Timothy L. “New Approaches to the History of Immigration in Twentieth-Century America.” American Historical Review 71 (July 1966): 1265-79.

 

 

Higham, John. “Social Discrimination Against Jews in America, 1830-1930.” American Jewish Historical Society Publications 47 (Sept. 1957): 1-33.

 

 

Cooper, Joseph. “Analysis of Alleged 1803 Precedent for Impoundment Practice in Nixon Administration” (typescript, 1973).

 

 

Ellis, Elmer. “Public Opinion and the Income Tax, 1860-1900.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 27.2 (Sept. 1940): 225-42.

 

 

Tomlins, Christopher L. “A Mysterious Power: Industrial Accidents and the Legal Construction of Employment Relations in Massachusetts, 1800-1850.” Law and History Review 6.2 (Fall 1988): 375-438.

 

 

Johnson, Michael P. “Smothered Slave Infants: Were Slave Mothers at Fault?” Journal of Southern History 47.4 (Nov. 1981): 493-520.

 

 

Katz, Stanley N. “Republicanism and the Law of Inheritance in the American Revolutionary Era.” Michigan Law Review 76 (Nov. 1977): 1-29.

Orth, John V. “After the Revolution: ‘Reform’ of the Law of Inheritance.” Law and History Review 10.1 (Spring 1992): 33-44.

Salmon, Marylynn. “Inheritance Law and Nineteenth-Century Changes in the Property Rights of Women and Children” (typescript, n.d.).

 

 

Ireland, Robert M. “Insanity and the Unwritten Law.” American Journal of Legal History 32 (April 1988): 157-72.

Moran, Richard. “The Origin of Insanity as a Special Verdict: the Trial for Treason of James Hadfield (1800).” Law and Society Review 19.3 (1985): 487-519.

Tighe, Janet A. “Francis Wharton and the Nineteenth-Century Insanity Defense: the Origins of a Reform Tradition.” American Journal of Legal History 27 (July 1983): 223-53.

 

 

Fisher, Louis. “Methods of Constitutional Interpretation: the Limits of Original Intent.” Cumberland Law Review 18 (1987): 43-67.

Hoffer, Peter Charles. “Constitutional Silences: Georgia, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights–A Historical Test of .” Georgia Journal of Southern Legal History 1.1 (Spring/Summer 1991): 21-51.

Howard, A.E. Dick. “Making It Work.” Wilson Quarterly (Spring 1987): 122-33.

Hutson, James H. “The Creation of the Constitution: the Integrity of the Documentary Record.” Texas Law Review 65.1 (Nov. 1986): 1-39.

Kaufman, Irving R. “What Did the Founding Fathers Intend?” New York Times Magazine, 23 Feb. 1986, p42, 59-60, 67-69.

Ketcham, Ralph. “Madison’s Interpretation of Original Intent (review of McCoy’s The Last of the Fathers).” Georgia Journal of Southern Legal History 1.1 (Spring/Summer 1991): 235-8.

Levy, Leonard W. “The Framers and Original Intent.” In his Original Intent and the Framers’ Constitution (Macmillan, 1988).

Levy, Leonard W. “History and Original Intent.” In his Original Intent and the Framers’ Constitution (Macmillan, 1988).

Malbin, Michael J. “Framing a Congress to Channel Ambition.” This Constitution 5 (Winter 1984): 4-12.

Maltz, Earl M. “The Failure of Attacks on Constitutional .” Constitutional Commentary 4 (Winter 1987): 43-56.

Murphy, Walter F. “Privacy and ‘The’ Constitution” (paper presented before the Conference on the American Constitution, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, May 1987) (typescript).

Rakove, Jack N. “Mr. Meese, Meet Mr. Madison.” The Atlantic Monthly (Dec. 1986): 77-86.

Simon, Larry G. “The Authority of the Framers of the Constitution: Can Originalist Interpretation Be Justified?” California Law Review 73 (1985): 1482-1539.

 

 

Frederickson, George M. “Intellectuals and the Labor Question in Late Nineteenth-Century America” (paper presented before the AHA, 1985) (typescript).

Macaulay, Thomas Babington. “A Letter of Lord Macaulay on the Durability of American Institutions, 23 May 1857″ (typescript).

 

 

Acheson, Dean. “The Arrogance of International Lawyers.” International Lawyer 2.4 (n.d.): 591-600.

Falk, Richard A. “Law, Lawyers, and the Conduct of American Foreign Relations.” Yale Law Journal 78.6 (May 1969): 919-34.

Neely, Mark E. “The Perils of Running the Blockade: the Influence of International Law in an Era of Total War.” Civil War History 32.2 (1986): 101-18.

 

 

Craig, Gordon A. “The Historian and the Study of International Relations.” American Historical Review 88 (Feb. 1983): 1-11.

 

 

Conley, John A. “Doing It By the Book: the Legal Manuals of English and American Justices of the Peace” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1981) (typescript).

 

 

Williams, Mitchell G. “Pleading Reform in Nineteenth Century America: the Joinder of Actions at Common Law and Under the Codes.” Journal of Legal History 6 (1985): 299-335.

 

 

Hazard, Geoffrey C. “A General Theory of State-Court Jurisdiction.” Supreme Court Review (1965): 241-9.

Kershen, Drew L. “The Jury Selection Act of 1879: Theory and Practice of Citizen Participation in the Judicial System.” University of Illinois Law Forum 3 (1980): 707-82.

King, Ralph. “Pennoyer v. Neff: Legal Landmark.” Oregon Historical Quarterly 73.1 (March 1972): 60-75.

 

 

Curtis, Benjamin R. Excerpt from his Jurisdiction, Practice, and Peculiar Jurisprudence of the Courts of the United States (Boston: Little, Brown, 1880) (one piece).

 

 

Bishop, Joel Prentiss. Excerpt from his The Criminal Law, v1, 4th ed. (Boston: Little, Brown, 1868) (one piece).

 

 

“The Bar and Judicial Nominations.” Albany Law Journal 4 (5 Aug. 1871): 21-2; coupled with “American Judges.” Albany Law Journal 1 (19 March 1870): 219

Hall, Kermit L. “The Judiciary on Trial: State Constitutional Reform and the Rise of an Elected Judiciary, 1846-1860.” The Historian (n.d.): 337-52 (file also contains typescript of identically entitled speech before OAH, 1980).

 

 

Black, Barbara Aronstein. “Massachusetts and the Judges: Judicial Independence in Perspective.” Law and History Review 3 (Spring 1985): 101-62.

“Independence of the Judiciary.” The Journal of Law 1.7 (1830): 104-08 (part 1); 1.8 (1830): 113-19.

 

 

Friedman, Richard D. “The Transformation in Senate Response to Supreme Court Nominations: From Reconstruction to the Taft Administration and Beyond.” Cardozo Law Review 5 (Feb. 1983): 1-95.

 

 

Letter to Morris Klein on legal problems of the Orthodox Jewish community, 17 May 1909 (photocopy).

 

 

Fisher, Louis. “Does the Supreme Court Have the Last Word on Constitutional Law?” (paper presented before the Bicentennial Conference on Constitutionalism in America, University of Dallas, Irving, TX, 16-18 Oct. 1986) (typescript).

Friedman, Barry. “The History of the  Difficulty, Part One: the Road to Judicial Supremacy.” New York University Law Review 73.2 (1998): 333-433.

Harrison, John. “The Constitutional Origins and Implications of Judicial Review.” Virginia Law Review 84.3 (1998): 333-87.

Mindle, Grant B. “Congress and Judicial Review” (paper presented before the Bicentennial Conference on Constitutionalism in America, University of Dallas, Irving, TX, 16-18 Oct. 1986) (typescript).

 

 

Conley, John A. “Doing It by the Book: Justice of the Peace Manuals and English Law in Eighteenth Century America.” Journal of Legal History 6 (Dec. 1986): 257-98.

 

 

White, James Boyd. “Constituting a Culture of Argument.” In his When Words Lose Their Meaning (U Chicago, 1984).

 

 

Auerbach, Carl A. “The Relation of Legal Systems to Social Change.” Wisconsin Law Review (1980): 1227-1339.

 

 

Freyer, Tony. “Economic Liberty, Antitrust, and the Constitution, 1880-1925″ (typescript, 1987).

Green, Thomas A. “Introduction.” In Blackstone, William, Commentaries on the Laws of England: a Facsimile of the First Edition of 1765-1769. Volume IV: Of Public Wrongs (1769) (U Chicago, 1979).

Katz, Stanley N. “Introduction.” In Blackstone, William, Commentaries on the Laws of England: a Facsimile of the First Edition of 1765-1769. Volume I: Of the Rights of Persons (1765) (U Chicago, 1979).

Langbein, John H. “Introduction.” In Blackstone, William, Commentaries on the Laws of England: a Facsimile of the First Edition of 1765-1769. Volume III: Of Private Wrongs (1768) (U Chicago, 1979).

Simpson, A.W. Brian. “Introduction.” In Blackstone, William, Commentaries on the Laws of England: a Facsimile of the First Edition of 1765-1769. Volume II: Of the Rights of Things (1766) (U Chicago, 1979).

 

 

Kelbley, Charles. “Makers and Receivers: Judicial Heresy and the Tempting of America.” Fordham Urban Law Journal 18 (1990): 51-94.

 

 

Hull, N.E.H. “Networks & Bricolage: a to a History of Twentieth-Century American Academic Jurisprudence.” American Journal of Legal History 35 (1991): 307-22.

 

 

Karsten, Peter. “‘The Pocket Nerve Is a Very Sensitive One’: Discovering ‘Deep Pockets’, or Reckoning the Rising Price of Pain; a Tale of Piteous Plaintiffs, Champertous Counsel, Careless Corporations, and Generous Juries and Jurists” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1991) (typescript).

 

 

Lucie, Patricia. “Justice William Brennan Jr.: ‘Constitutional Visions Take Five Votes’.” Denning Law Journal (1997): 5-17.

 

 

Presser, Stephen B. and Becky Bair Hurley. “Saving God’s Republic: the Jurisprudence of Samuel Chase.” University of Illinois Law Review 3 (1984): 771-822.

 

 

Katz, Stanley N., Barry Sullivan and C. Paul Beach. “Legal Change and Legal Autonomy: Charitable Trusts in New York, 1777-1893.” Law and History Review 3 (Spring 1985): 51-89.

 

 

Gorla, Gino, and Luigi Moccia. “A ‘Revisiting’ of the Comparison between ‘Continental Law’ and ‘English Law’ (16th-19th Century).” Journal of Legal History (Sept. 1981): 143-56.

Hoeflich, M.H. “Roman and Civil Law in American Legal Education and Research Prior to 1930: a Preliminary Survey.” University of Illinois Law Review 3 (1984): 719-37.

Moccia, Luigi. “English Law Attitudes to the ‘Civil Law’.” Journal of Legal History (Sept. 1981): 157-68.

 

 

Maury, W.A. “The Late Civil War. Its Effect on Jurisdiction, and on Civil Remedies Generally. Ludlow v. Ramsey, Washington University v. Finch, and Other Cases, Reviewed and Noticed.” The American Law Register 23 (March 1875): 129-52.

 

 

Epstein, Richard A. “The Proper Scope of the Commerce Power” (typescript, 1987).

 

 

Hoar, Ebenezer Rockwood. Letter to William Martin, 4 April 1870, on power of Attorney General.

Lindquist, Charles A. “The Origin and Development of the United States Commissioner System.” American Journal of Legal History 14 (Jan. 1970): 1-16.

Williams, G.H. Letter to Jules Massey, 17 Oct. 1874, on power of local Commissioners.

 

 

Ford, Richard T. “Law’s Territory (A History of Jurisdiction).” Michigan Law Review 97.4 (1999): 843-930.

 

 

Auerbach, Jerold S. and Eugene Bardach. “‘Born to an Era of Insecurity’: Career Patterns of Law Review Editors, 1918-1941.” American Journal of Legal History 17 (Jan. 1973): 3-26.

Caplow, Stacy, and Shira A. Scheindlin. “‘Portrait of a Lady’: the Woman Lawyer in the 1980s.” New York Law School Law Review 35.2 (1990): 391-428.

“Different Voices, Different Choices? The Impact of More Women Lawyers and Judges on the Justice System.” Judicature 74.3 (1990): 138-46.

Gross, Karen. “Foreward: She’s My Lawyer and She’s a Woman.” New York Law School Law Review 35.2 (1990): 293-307.

Scales-Trent, Judy. “Women in the Lawyering Process: the Complications of Categories.” New York Law School Law Review 35.2 (1990): 337-42.

 

 

Botein, Steve. “Cicero as Role Model for Early American Lawyers: A Case Study in Classical ‘Influence’” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1977) (typescript).

Hart, H.L.A. “Bentham on Legal Rights.” Rpt. from his Oxford Essays in Jurisprudence (second series) (Oxford UP, 1973): 171-201.

Hoeflich, M.H. “Law and Geometry: Legal Science from Leibniz to Langdell.” American Journal of Legal History 30 (April 1986): 95-121.

Lutz, Donald S. “The Covenantal Context of the United States Constitution” (abstract of paper, 1981) (typescript).

McCoy, Charles S. “Federal Theology and the Constitution: Religious Thought and the Idea of Covenant in the American Political System” (typescript, 1981).

Miscellaneous notes on the American Constitution (two pieces).

Orth, John V. “Jeremy Bentham: the Common Law’s Severest Critic.” American Bar Association Journal 68 (June 1982): 710-15.

Pangle, Thomas L. “Federalists and the Idea of ‘Virtue’.” This Constitution (Winter 1984): 19-25.

Powell, Thomas Reed. “The Logic and Rhetoric of Constitutional Law.” Journal of Philosophy 15 (Nov. 1918): 645-58.

 

 

Keller, Morton. “The Constitution in the Age of Industrialization” (paper presented at the St. Thomas University Conference, 1982) (typescript).

Keller, Morton. “Powers and Rights: Two Centuries of American Constitutionalism” (draft paper to be submitted to Journal of American History, n.d.) (typescript).

 

 

Fisher, Louis. “Constitutional Interpretation by Members of Congress.” North Carolina Law Review 63 (1985): 707-47.

 

 

“The Codification Movement in 19th Century United States” (student paper, n.d.) (typescript).

Cook, Charles. “The Origins of the American Codification Movement: a Study of Multiple Causation” (paper presented before the ALHS, 1973) (typescript).

Hoffman, Daniel N. “Contempt of the United States: the Political Crime That Wasn’t.” American Journal of Legal History 25 (Oct. 1981): 343-60.

 

 

Berns, Walter. The Writing of the Constitution of the United States (Washington, DC: AEI, 1987).

 

 

Reid, John Phillip. “Lessons of Lumpkin: a Review of Recent Literature on Law, Comity, and the Impending Crisis.” William and Mary Law Review 23 (Summer 1982): 571-624.

 

 

Karsten, Peter. “Enabling the Poor to Have Their Day in Court: the Sanctioning of Contingency Fee Contracts, a History to 1940.” DePaul Law Review 47.2 (1998): 231-60.

Landsman, Stephan. “The History of Contingency and the Contingency of History.” DePaul Law Review 47.2 (1998): 261-5.

Robertson, Lindsay G. “John Marshall as Colonial Historian: Reconsidering the Origins of the Discovery Doctrine.” Journal of Law and Politics 13 (Fall 1997): 759-77.

 

 

Bohannan, Paul. “Law and Legal Institutions.” International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences (Macmillan, 1968): 73-8.

Diamond, Stanley. “The Rule of Law Versus the Order of Custom.” In Robert Paul Wolff, ed., The Rule of Law (NY: Simon & Schuster, 1971).

 

 

Cain, Marvin R. “Claims, Contracts, and Customs: Public Accountability and a Department of Law, 1789-1849.” Journal of the Early Republic 4 (Spring 1984): 27-45.

 

 

Blatt, William S. “The History of Statutory Interpretation: a Study in Form and Substance.” Cardozo Law Review 6 (1985): 799-845.

Bratton, William W. “Responsive Scholarship from Outside the Movement: Manners, and Kennedy’s Form and Substance.” Cardozo Law Review 6 (1985): 871-915.

Casebeer, Kenneth M. “Toward a Critical Jurisprudence–a First Step by Way of the Public-Private Distinction in Constitutional Law.” University of Miami Law Review 37 (May-Sept. 1983): 379-431.

Chaffin, Deborah. “Passion and the Ethic of Empowerment (review of Unger’s Passion: an Essay on Personality).” Cardozo Law Review 6 (1985): 987-96.

D’Amato, Anthony. “Whither Jurisprudence?” Cardozo Law Review 6 (1985): 971-86.

Diamond, Stephen. “Histories of the Movement: Not-So-Critical Legal Studies.” Cardozo Law Review 6 (1985): 693-711.

Feinman, Jay M. “Scholarship from Inside the Movement: the Failure of Legal Education and the Promise of Critical Legal Studies.” Cardozo Law Review 6 (1985): 739-64.

Freeman, Alan David and John Henry Schlegel. “Sex, Power and Silliness: an Essay on Ackerman’s Reconstructing American Law.” Cardozo Law Review 6 (1985): 847-64.

Goodrich, Peter. “Historical Aspects of Legal Interpretation.” Indiana Law Journal 61.3 (1986): 331-54.

Gordon, William. “An Exchange on Critical Legal Studies Between Robert W. Gordon and William Nelson.” Law and History Review 6.1 (1988): 139-86.

Kennedy, Duncan. “Afterword: Psycho-Social CLS: a Comment on the Cardozo Symposium.” Cardozo Law Review 6 (1985): 1013-31.

Kornstein, Daniel J. “Critical Legal Studies: an Appraisal.” New York Law Journal, 16 Sept. 1985, p2.

Menand, Louis. “Radicalism for Yuppies.” The New Republic, 17 March 1986, p20-3.

Nash, A.E. Keir. “In Re Radical Interpretations of American Law: the Relation of Law and History.” Michigan Law Review 82.2 (1983): 274-345.

Presser, Stephen B. “Some Realism About Orphism, or The Critical Legal Studies Movement and the New Great Chain of Being: an English Legal Academic’s Guide to the Current State of American Law.” Northwestern University Law Review 79.5&6 (1984-1985): 869-99.

Reidinger, Paul. “Civil War in the Ivy.” American Bar Association Journal, 1 Nov. 1986, p64-8.

Rostow, Eugene V. “Don Quixote or Sancho Panza? Remarks Prepared for Delivery at the Commencement Ceremonies of New York Law School, New York, N.Y., June 10, 1984″ (typescript).

“‘Round and ‘Round the Bramble Bush: From Legal Realism to Critical Legal Scholarship.” Harvard Law Review 95 (May 1982): 1669-90.

Shupack, Paul M. “Rules and Standards in Kennedy’s Form and Substance.” Cardozo Law Review 6 (1985): 947-69.

Trillin, Calvin. “Harvard Law.” The New Yorker, 26 March 1984, p53-83.

Tushnet, Mark V. “A Comment on the Critical Method in Legal History.” Cardozo Law Review 6 (1985): 997-1111.

Tushnet, Mark V. “Post-Realist Legal Scholarship.” Wisconsin Law Review (1980): 1383-1401.

Woodard, Calvin. “Toward a ‘Super Liberal State’ (review of Unger’s The Critical Studies Movement).” New York Times Book Review (n.d.).

Yablon, Charles M. “The Indeterminacy of the Law: Critical Legal Studies and the Problem of Legal Explanation.” Cardozo Law Review 6 (1985): 917-45.

 

 

Hyman, Harold M. “Abraham Lincoln, Legal Positivism, and Constitutional History.” Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association 13 (1992) (typescript).

 

 

Belz, Herman. “New Left Reverberations in the Academy: the  Critique of Constitutionalism.” Review of Politics 36 (April 1974): 265-83.

Bloomfield, Maxwell. “Commentators on the Constitution” (typescript, n.d.).

Kammen, Michael. The Problem of Constitutionalism in American Culture (1985) (pamphlet).

Kyvig, David E. “The Road Not Taken: FDR, the Supreme Court, and Constitutional Amendment” (paper presented before the OAH, 1986) (typescript).

McIllwain, Charles H. Constitutionalism: Ancient and Modern (Cornell UP, 1947).

 

 

Herman, “The Fate and the Future of Codification in America.” American Journal of Legal History 40 (Oct. 1996): 407-37.

Kadish, Sanford H. “Codifiers of the Criminal Law: Wechsler’s Predecessors.” Columbia Law Review 78 (June 1978): 1098-1144.

Maltz, Earl M. “and the Desegregation Decisions–a Response to Professor McConnell.” Constitutional Commentary 13 (1996): 223-31.

Posner, Richard A. “Economics, Politics, and the Reading of Statutes and the Constitution.” University of Chicago Law Review 49.2 (1982): 263-91.

Posner, Richard A. “Statutory Interpretation–in the Classroom and in the Courtroom.” Journal of Law and Economics 18 (Dec. 1975): 800-22.

Price, Polly J. “Term Limits on Original Intent? An Essay on Legal Debate and Historical Understanding.” Virginia Law Review 82 (1976): 493-533.

Redish, Martin H. “Text, Structure, and Common Sense in the Interpretation of Article III.” University of Pennsylvania Law Review 138 (n.d.): 1633-49.

Richards, David A.J. ” Without Foundations (review of Bork’s The Tempting of America).” New York University Law Review 65 (Nov. 1990): 1373-1407.

Smith, Munroe. “State Statute and Common Law.” Political Science Quarterly 2.1 (1887): 105-34.

 

 

Belz, Herman. “The Constitution in the Gilded Age: the Beginnings of Constitutional Realism in American Scholarship.” American Journal of Legal History 13 (April 1969): 110-25.

Belz, Herman. “The Realist Critique of Constitutionalism in the Era of Reform.” American Journal of Legal History 15 (Oct. 1971): 288-306.

Benditt, Theodore M. “Legal Realism” and “Legal Realism and Rules of Law.” In his Law as Rule and Principle (Stanford UP, 1978).

Brown, Ralph S. Review of Kalman’s Legal Realism at Yale, 1927-1960. Law and History Review (n.d.): 191-3.

Friedman, Lawrence M. Review of Kammen’s The Machine That Would Go of Itself. Law and History Review (n.d.): 194-5.

Hull, N.E.H. “Some Realism About the Llewellyn-Pound Exchange Over Realism: the Newly Uncovered Private Correspondence, 1927-1931.” Wisconsin Law Review (1987): 921-69.

Hyman, Harold M. Excerpt from his Equal Justice Under Law: Constitutional Development, 1835-1875 (Harper & Row, 1982).

Leff, Arthur Allen. “Economic Analysis of Law: Some Realism About Nominalism.” Virginia Law Review 60 (1974): 451-82.

Miscellaneous excerpts on legal realism (two pieces).

Murphy, Paul L. Excerpt from his The Constitution in Crisis Times, 1918-1969 (NY: Harper & Row, 1972).

Newland, Chester A. “The Supreme Court and Legal Writing: Learned Journals as Vehicles of an Anti-Antitrust Lobby.” Georgetown Law Journal 48 (Feb. 1959): 105-43.

Purcell, Edward A. “American Jurisprudence between the Wars: Legal Realism and the Crisis of Democratic Theory.” American Historical Review 75 (Dec. 1969): 424-46.

Schlegel, John Henry. “Between the Harvard Founders and the American Legal Realists: the Professionalization of the American Law Professor” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1979) (typescript).

Twining, William L. Excerpts from his Karl Llewellyn and the Realist Movement (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1973).

White, G. Edward. “From Sociological Jurisprudence to Realism: Jurisprudence and Social Change in Early Twentieth-Century America.” Virginia Law Review 58.6 (1972): 999-1028.

 

 

Gibbons, John J. “, History, and Legitimacy.” University of Pennsylvania Law Review 140.2 (1991): 613-45.

 

 

“The Age of Faith” (chapter 3 from unknown source; concerns Langdell, Holmes, etc.).

Davis, John W. “CJ Stone said that all that was needed was for the Justices to enter each day mounted on elephants” (Reminiscences, 1954).

Davis, Sue. “Federalism and Property Rights: an Examination of Justice Rehnquist’s Legal Positivism.” Western Political Quarterly 39 (June 1986): 250-64.

Douglas, William O. Excerpt from his Go East, Young Man (Random House, 1974).

Fuller, Lon L. “Consideration and Form.” Columbia Law Review 41.5 (1941): 799-824.

Herget, James E. “Unearthing the Origins of a Radical Idea: the Case of Legal Indeterminacy.” American Journal of Legal History 39 (Jan. 1995): 59-94.

Horwitz, Morton J. “The Rise of Legal Formalism.” American Journal of Legal History 19 (Oct. 1975): 251-64.

Scheiber, Harry N. “Instrumentation and Property Rights: a Reconsideration of American ‘Styles of Judicial Reasoning’ in the 19th Century.” Wisconsin Law Review (1975): 1-18.

Weissbourd, Bernard and Elizabeth Mertz. “Rule-Centrism Versus Legal Creativity: the Skewing of Legal Ideology Through Language.” Law and Society Review 19.4 (1985): 623-59.

 

 

Bloomfield, Maxwell. “Liberal Constitutionalism,” “Liberal Constitutionalism and Equality,” and “Curbing Presidential Power” (chapters from unknown source) (typescript).

Howard, A.E. Dick. “‘A Frequent Recurrence to Fundamental Principles’: the Courts and Constitutional Change.” This Constitution (Summer 1984): 11-14.

Johnson, John W. “Creativity and Adaptation: a Reassessment of American Jurisprudence, 1801-1857 and 1908-1940.” Rutgers-Camden Law Journal 7 (Summer 1976): 625-47.

White, G. Edward. “The Evolution of Reasoned Elaboration: Jurisprudential Criticism and Social Change.” Virginia Law Review 59 (1973): 279-302.

 

 

Beaney, William M. “Civil Liberties and Statutory Construction.” Journal of Public Law 8 (Spring 1959): 66-80.

Beard, Charles. “Historiography and the Constitution.” In Conyers Read, ed., The Constitution Reconsidered (Columbia UP, 1938).

Belz, Herman. “Changing Conceptions of Constitutionalism in the Era of World War II and the Cold War.” Journal of American History 59 (Dec. 1972): 640-69.

Bernstein, Richard B. “Charting the Bicentennial.” Columbia Law Review 87.8 (1987): 1565-1624.

Bernstein, Richard B. “Mapping Legal History’s ‘Middle Ground’ (review of Purcell’s Litigation and Inequality).” New York University Law Review 68 (June 1993): 675-704.

Bernstein, Richard B. “The Sleeper Wakes: the History and Legacy of the Twenty-Seventh Amendment.” Fordham Law Review 61 (Dec. 1992): 497-557.

Bill, Shirley A. “The Really Crucial Matter: Prosper Constitutional History.” Mid-America 48.2 (1966): 126-34.

Boorstin, Daniel. Quote from his The Americans: the Colonial Experience (Vintage, 1958)

Bork, Robert H. “Styles in Constitutional Theory.” Supreme Court Historical Society Yearbook (1984): 53-60.

Brennan, William J. “Excerpts of Brennan’s Speech on Constitution.” New York Times, 13 Oct. 1985, p36.

Buchanan, James. Excerpt from letter to Nahum Capen, 11 June 1867 (one piece).

Chang, David. “Toward a U.S. Judiciary Free of Political Passions.” New York Times, 13 Oct. 1985.

Clark, Ramsey. “Enduring Constitutional Issues.” Tulane Law Review 61 (1987): 1093-95.

Cohen, Felix S. “Transcendental Nonsense and the Functional Approach.” Columbia Law Review 35.6 (1935): 809-49.

Colby, Paul L. “Two Views on the Legitimacy of Nonacquiescence in Judicial Opinions.” Tulane Law Review 61 (1987): 1041-69.

Commager, Henry Steele. “Meese Ignores History in Debate With Court.” New York Times, 20 Nov. 1985, p27.

“The Constitution & the Court.” Commentary 81 (June 1986): 2-11.

“Dangers of Calling History to the Witness Stand.” New York Times, 27 Oct. 1985.

Dewey, Donald O. “James Madison Helps Clio Interpret the Constitution.” American Journal of Legal History 15 (Jan. 1971): 38-55.

Flaherty (?). Excerpts from his “Law and Morals” (typescript, n.d.).

Frank, Jerome. “Words and Music: Some Remarks on Statutory Interpretation.” Columbia Law Review 47 (Dec. 1947): 1259-78.

Frankfurter, Felix. “Some Reflections on the Reading of Statutes.” The Record of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York 2 (June 1947): 213-37.

Friedman, Lawrence M. “The Legal System and Its Components.” In his The Legal System: a Social Science Perspective (Russell Sage, 1975).

Friedman, Lawrence M. “Some Problems and Possibilities of American Legal History.” In Herbert J. Bass, ed., The State of American History (Chicago: Quadrangle, 1970).

Gilmore, Grant. “From Tort to Contract: Industrialization and the Law (review of Horwitz’ The Transformation of American Law, 1780-1860). Yale Law Journal 86 (March 1977): 788-97.

Goebel, Julius. “Constitutional History and Constitutional Law.” Columbia Law Review 38.4 (1938): 555-77.

Goldberg, Arthur J. “‘Original Intent’ Question Misses Point.” Houston Post, 21 Feb. 1986, p3B.

Graglia, Lino A. “Democracy and Original Intent (review of Levy’s Original Intent and the Framers’ Constitution).” The Public Interest 97 (Fall 1989): 97-105.

Holmes, Oliver Wendell. “The Path of the Law.” Harvard Law Review 10.8 (1897): 457-78.

Hoyne, Thomas. Excerpt from his “The Lawyer as a Pioneer.” Chicago Bar Association Lectures, Part One, Fergus Historical Series No. 22 (Chicago, 1882) (one piece).

Hurst, James Willard. “Old and New Dimensions of Research in United States Legal History.” American Journal of Legal History 23 (Jan. 1979): 1-20.

Hurst, James Willard. Review of Horwitz’ The Transformation of American Law, 1780-1860. American Journal of Legal History 21 (April 1977): 175-79.

Hyman, Harold M. “For Whom Tolls Belz?” (comment on Belz’s paper at 1987 Lincoln Symposium) (typescript).

Hyman, Harold M. “Lincoln and Other Yuppie Lawyers; or, the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Amendments and Resulting Political Agendas” (typescript, 1987).

Hyman, Harold M. Notes on Charles A. Miller’s The Supreme Court and the uses of History (Harvard UP, 1969).

Jaffa, Harry V. Defenders of the Constitution: Calhoun versus Madison, a Bicentennial Celebration (The Bicentennial Project of the University of Dallas, n.d.) (pamphlet).

Johnson, John W. “Retreat from the Common Law?: the Grudging Reception of Legislative History by American Appellate Courts in the Early Twentieth Century.” Detroit College of Law Review 3 (1978): 413-31.

Kempin, Frederick G. “The Background of the Common Law.” In his Historical Introduction to Anglo-American Law in a Nutshell, 2nd ed. (West, 1973).

Klein, Milton. ASLH Presidential Address, Washington, DC, 24 Oct. 1981 (typescript).

Krystufek, Zdenek M. “The Historical Significance of the Fiction of Natural Law.” Colorado Law Review 46 (1975): 365-75.

Kurland, Philip B. “Introduction.” In Kurland and Ralph Lerner, ed., The Founder’s Constitution (U Chicago, 1987).

Kurland, Philip B. “Of Meese and (The Nine Old) Men.” University of Chicago Law School Record 32 (Spring 1986): 3-12.

Lee, Rex E. “The Provinces of Constitutional Interpretation.” Tulane Law Review 61 (1987): 1009-16.

Levinson, Sanford. “Could Meese Be Right This Time?” Tulane Law Review 61 (1987): 1071-78.

Lewis, Anthony. “Mr. Meese’s Freedom.” New York Times, 30 Sept. 1985, p19.

Lewis, Anthony. “Mr. Meese’s Petard.” New York Times, 4 Nov. 1985, p23.

Lieber, Francis. Miscellaneous quotes on constitutional system, 1865-70 (three pieces, typescript) (see also Box 13.113).

Marcus, Isabel. Review of Grossberg’s Governing the Hearth. New York Times Book Review, 23 Feb. 1986, p23.

Margolick, David. “At Harvard Law, an Informal Briefing on Reality.” New York Times, 6 Oct. 1985.

McDonald, Forrest. “Capitalism and the Constitution.” The World and I 2 (June 1987): 641-45.

McDonald, Forrest. “The Intellectual World of the Founding Fathers” (16th Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities, NEH, Washington, DC, 6 May 1987) (typescript).

McDowell, Gary L. “Choose True Federalism or a Tyranny of Clerks.” New York Times, 4 Dec. 1986, p30.

Meese, Edwin. “The Law of the Constitution.” Tulane Law Review 61 (1987): 979-90.

Meese, Edwin. “The Tulane Speech: What I Meant.” Tulane Law Review 61 (1987): 1003-07.

Meyer, Howard N. “Which Constitution?” (unpublished essay, 1968) (typescript).

Morris, Richard B. “Creating and Ratifying the Constitution.” National Forum: the Phi Kappa Phi Journal (n.d.): 9-13.

Morris, Richard B. “Prospects and Techniques for American Legal History” (paper presented before the SHA, 1968) (typescript).

Morris, Richard B. Review of Nelson’s Americanization of the Common Law. American Journal of Legal History 21 (1977): 86-90.

Murphy, Earl F. “Comment on Professor L.M. Friedman’s ‘Some Problems and Possibilities of American Legal History’” (paper presented before the OAH, 1969) (typescript).

Murphy, Paul L. “Time to Reclaim: the Current Challenge of American Constitutional History.” American Historical Review 69.1 (1963): 64-79.

Nagel, Robert F. “A Comment on Democratic Constitutionalism.” Tulane Law Review 61 (1987): 1027-40.

Neuborne, Burt. “The Binding Quality of Supreme Court Precedent.” Tulane Law Review 61 (1987): 991-1002.

Orth, John V. “Doing Legal History.” Irish Jurist 14 (1979): 114-23.

Palmer, Stacy E. “High Court Hears Case that May Affect Judges’ Power in Academic Matters.” Chronicle of Higher Education, 16 Oct. 1985, p21.

Pear, Robert. “Civil Rights Agency Splits in Debate on Narrowing Definition of Equality.” New York Times, 14 Oct. 1985, p13.

Pear, Robert. “Study Urges Fight for States’ Power.” New York Times, 9 Oct. 1986, p1, 20.

Pear, Robert. “Supreme Court Guilty of Federalism–study.” Houston Chronicle, 9 Nov. 1986, Sect. 1, p24.

Potter, David M. “Changing Patterns of Social Cohesion and the Crisis of Law Under a System of Government by Consent.” In Eugene V. Rostow, Is Law Dead? (Simon & Schuster, 1971).

Randall, J.G. “The Interrelation of Social and Constitutional History.” American Historical Review 35.1 (1929): 1-13.

Rakove, Jack N. “Comment on Mathias.” Maryland Law Review 47 (1987): 226-33.

Reid, John Phillip. “Legal History.” Annual Survey of American Law 1962 (New York University Law School, 1962): 742-55.

Reid, John Phillip. ” and Subjectivism in the Bicentennial Year.” Social Science Quarterly 68 (Dec. 1987): 687-702.

Reid, John Phillip. Review of Hurst’s Law and Social Process in United States History. New York University Law Review 37 (Dec. 1962): 1178-85.

Reynolds, Susan. “Law and Communities in Western Christendom, c.900-1140.” American Journal of Legal History 25 (July 1981): 205-24.

Richards, David A.J. “Interpretation and Historiography.” Southern California Law Review 56 (Jan. 1985): 489-549.

Roper, Dan. “The Grand Style as a Framework for Studying American Juries” (paper presented before the OAH, 1983) (typescript).

Rothman, David J. “The Promise of American Legal History (review of Friedman’s A History of American Law).” Reviews in American History 2 (March 1974): 16-22.

Scheiber, Harry N. “Legal History (review of Holt’s Essays in Nineteenth-Century American Legal History).” American Journal of Comparative Law 26 (1978): 350-64.

Scheiber, Harry N. “Original Intent, History, and Doctrine: the Constitution and Economic Liberty.” AEA Papers and Proceedings 78.2 (1988): 140-4.

Schwartz, Herman. “The Right’s Attack on the Courts.” New York Times, 14 Oct. 1985, p21.

Shapiro, Martin and Barbara Shapiro. “Interdisciplinary Aspects of American Legal History (review of Fleming and Bailyn’s Law in American History).” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 4.4 (1974): 611-26.

Shenon, Philip. “‘Chameleon Jurisprudence’ Laid To Some Federal Judges by Meese.” New York Times, 17 Oct. 1985, p9.

Shenon, Philip. “Meese and His New Vision of the Constitution.” New York Times, 17 Oct. 1985.

Stanton, Edwin M. Letter to President Andrew Johnson, 15 Feb. 1867, on military tribunals (one piece).

Stick, John. “He Doth Protest Too Much: Moderating Meese’s Theory of Constitutional Interpretation.” Tulane Law Review 61 (1987): 1079-91.

Taylor, Stuart. “Brennan Opposes Legal View Urged by Administration.” New York Times, 13 Oct. 1985, p1, 36.

Taylor, Stuart. “Federal Appellate Judge Assails Judicial Activism on Constitution.” New York Times, 19 Nov. 1985, p9.

Taylor, Stuart. “Justice Stevens, in Rare Criticism, Disputes Meese on Constitution.” New York Times, 26 Oct. 1985, p1.

Thayer, J. Excerpt from his “The Origin and Scope of the American Doctrine of Constitutional Law.” Harvard Law Review 7.3 (1893): 156n.

Thorpe, Francis N. “What Is a Constitutional History of the United States?” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 19 (Jan.-May 1902): 259-65.

Tushnet, Mark. “The Supreme Court, the Supreme Law of the Land, and Attorney General Meese: a Comment.” Tulane Law Review 61 (1987): 1017-25.

“The 20th-Century Justice.” New York Times, 16 Oct. 1985, p26.

White, G. Edward. “The Appellate Opinion as Historical Source Material.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 1 (Spring 1971): 491-509.

White, G. Edward. Excerpts from his American Judicial Tradition (Oxford UP, 1976).

White, G. Edward. “Foreword.” In his Patterns of American Legal Thought (Bobbs-Merrill, 1978).

White, G. Edward. “Gilmore’s History (review of Gilmore’s Ages of American Law).” Reviews in American History 6 (March 1978): 7-12.

White, G. Edward. “The Supreme Court’s Public and the Public’s Supreme Court.” Virginia Quarterly Review 52 (Summer 1976): 370-88.

Wicker, Tom. “Intent and Meaning.” New York Times, 4 Nov. 1985, p23.

Wiggins, J.R. “Lawyers as Judges of History.” Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society (1963): 84-104.

Willoughby (?). Excerpted quote on role of Supreme Court, post-Civil war to 1890 (one piece).

Wofford, John G. “The Blinding Light: the Uses of History in Constitutional Interpretation.” University of Chicago Law Review 31.3 (1964): 502-33.

Wood, Gordon S. “Statement.” Conference on The Constitution and the Budget (AEI, 23-24 May 1979) (typescript).

Woodard, Calvin. “Who Writes the Laws (review of Friedman’s A History of American Law).” New York Times Book Review (n.d.): 31.

Zainaldin, Jamil S. “The New Legal History: a Review Essay (review of Nelson’s Americanization of the Common Law).” Northwestern University Law Review 73.1 (1978): 205-25.

Erickson, Nancy S. “Muller v. Oregon Reconsidered: the Origins of a Sex-Based Doctrine of Liberty of Contract” (paper presented before ASLH, 1983) (typescript).

Posner, Richard A. “Interpreting Statutes and the Constitution.” In his The Federal Courts: Crisis and Reform (Harvard UP, 1985).

Pratt, Walter F. “American Contract Law at the Turn of the Century” (paper presented before ASLH, 1983) (typescript).

Weisberg, Richard. “How Judges Speak: Some Lessons on Adjudication in Billy Budd, Sailor With an Application to Justice Rehnquist.” New York University Law Review 57.1 (1982): 1-69.

Boyd, Steven R. “The Contract Clause and the Evolution of American Federalism, 1789-1815.” William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, 44 (July 1987): 529-48.

Klau, Daniel J. “What Price Certainty? Corbin, Williston, and the Restatement of Contracts.” Boston University Law Review 70 (1990): 511-41.

Wladis, John D. “Common Law and Uncommon Events: the Development of the Doctrine of Impossibility of Performance in English Contract Law.” Georgetown Law Journal 75 (1987): 1575-1631.

Wonnell, Christopher T. “The Abstract Character of Contract Law.” Connecticut Law Review 22.3 (1990): 437-97.

Miscellaneous excerpts on Langdell, Woolsey, and Holmes (three pieces) (typescript).

Hartog, Hendrik. “Marital Exits and Marital Expectations in Nineteenth Century America.” Georgetown Law Journal 80 (Oct. 1991): 95-129.

Bakken, Gordon Morris. “Contract Law in the Rockies, 1850-1912.” American Journal of Legal History 18 (Jan. 1974): 33-51.

Bakken, Gordon Morris. “The Development of the Law of Mortgage in Frontier California, 1850-1890. Part I: 1850-1866.” Southern California Quarterly 63.1 (1981): 45-61.

Bakken, Gordon Morris. “The Development of the Law of Mortgage in Frontier California, 1850-1890. Part II: 1867-1880.” Southern California Quarterly 63.2 (1981): 137-55.

Bakken, Gordon Morris. “The Development of the Law of Mortgage in Frontier California, 1850-1890. Part III: 1880-1890.” Southern California Quarterly 63.1 (1981): 232-261.

Bakken, Gordon Morris. “Law and Business in California, 1850-1890: a Preliminary Study.” Essays in Economic and Business History (1981): 1-8.

Brown, Elizabeth Gaspar. “Frontier Justice: Wayne County, 1796-1836.” American Journal of Legal History 16 (April 1972): 126-53.

Friedman, Lawrence M. Excerpt from his Contract Law in America (U Wisconsin, 1965).

Hopfl, Harro and Martyn P. Thompson. “The History of Contract as a Motif in Political Thought.” American Historical Review 84 (Oct. 1979): 919-44.

Kessler, Friedrich. “Contracts of Adhesion–Some Thoughts About Freedom of Contract.” Columbia Law Review 43.5 (1943): 629-42.

Llewellyn, K.N. “On Our Case-Law of Contract: Offer and Acceptance, I.” Yale Law Journal 48.1 (1938): 1-36.

Llewellyn, K.N. “On Our Case-Law of Contract: Offer and Acceptance, II.” Yale Law Journal 48.5 (1939): 779-818.

McGovern, William M. “Contract in Medieval England: the Necessity for Quid Pro Quo and a Sum Certain.” American Journal of Legal History 13 (July 1969): 173-201.

Reid, John Phillip. “Blinding the Elephant: Contracts and Legal Obligations on the Overland Trail.” American Journal of Legal History 21 (Oct. 1977): 285-315.

Schwarz, Bernard. Excerpts from his “Old Wine in New Bottles? The Renaissance of the Contract Clause.” Supreme Court Review (1979): 95-9.

Simpson, A.W.B. “The Horwitz Thesis and the History of Contracts.” University of Chicago Law Review 46.3 (1979): 533-601.

Casebeer, Kenneth M. “Teaching an Old Dog Old Tricks: Coppage V. Kansas and At-Will Employment Revisited.” Cardozo Law Review 6 (1985): 765-97.

Jaffa, Henry V. “Equality and the Founding” (paper prepared for the Conference on Equality and the Constitution, San Bernardino State University, April 1985) (typescript).

Karst, Kenneth L. “Equal Protection of the Laws.” In his Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (Macmillan, 1986).

Katz, Stanley N. “The Strange Birth and Unlikely History of Constitutional Equality” (presidential address, OAH, Reno, NV, 25 March 1988) (typescript).

Pole, J.R. “The Idea of Equality in a Hostile World.” In his The Pursuit of Equality in American History (U California, 1978).

Pole, J.R. “Equality and Political Community: Who Are the People of the United States?” In his The Pursuit of Equality in American History (U California, 1978).

Strum, Phillipa. Article on Franklin Roosevelt (1980 conference) (typescript).

 

Atorino, Samuel J. “The Transformation Thesis of Morton J. Horwitz: Research Problems and Implications for the Practice of Liberal Democracy.” Duquesne Law Review 36.1 (1997): 1-14.

Horwitz, Morton J. “Why Is Anglo-American Jurisprudence Unhistorical?” Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 17 (Winter 1997): 551-86.

Harriger, Katy J. “The History of the Independent Counsel Provisions: How the Past Informs the Current Debate.” Mercer Law Review 49.2 (1998): 489-517.

Bailyn, Bernard. “Political Experience and Enlightenment Ideas in Eighteenth-Century America.” American Historical Review 67 (Jan 1962): 339-51.

Lord Denning. Borrowing From Scotland: Being the twenty-sixth Lecture on the David Murray Foundation in the University of Glasgow delivered on 5th May, 1961 (Glasgow: Jackson, Son & Company, 1963) (pamphlet).

Pocock, J.G.A. “The Classical Theory of Deference.” American Historical Review 81 (June 1976): 516-23.

 Gerald. Fundamental Laws and Individual Rights in the 18th Century Constitution (Bicentennial Essay No. 5) (The Claremont Institute, 1984).

Wood, Gordon S. “Eighteenth-Century American Constitutionalism.” This Constitution (Sept. 1983): 10-13.

Wood, Gordon S. “Rhetoric and Reality in the American Revolution.” William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd series, 23.1 (1966): 3-32.

Baker. Excerpt from her Miranda: Crime, Law, and Politics (Atheneum, 1983).

Bakken, Gordon Morris. “Constitutional Convention Rights Debates in the West: Racism, Religion, and Gender” (typescript, n.d.).

Bentele, Ursula. “Chief Justice Rehnquist, the Eighth Amendment, and the Role of Precedent.” American Criminal Law Review 28 (1991): 267-321.

Burt, Robert A. “Choosing Death: For Oneself/For Others” (typescript, n.d.).

Levinson, Sanford. “The Embarrassing Second Amendment.” Yale Law Journal 99 (Dec. 1989): 637-59.

Matthews, Fred. “The Attack on ‘Historicism’: Allan Bloom’s Indictment of Contemporary American Historical Scholarship.” American Historical Review 95 (April 1990): 429-47.

Miscellaneous notes on criminal justice (four pieces).

Palmer, Robert C. “The Federal Common Law of Crime.” Law and History Review 4 (Feb. 1986): 267-323.

Presser, Stephen B. “The Supra-Constitution, the Courts, and the Federal Common Law of Crime: Some Comments on Palmer and Preyer.” Law and History Review 4 (Feb. 1986): 325-35.

Preyer, Kathryn. “Jurisdiction to Punish: Federal Authority, Federalism and the Common Law of Crimes in the Early Republic.” Law and History Review 4 (Feb. 1986): 223-65.

Richards, David A.J. “Constitutional Interpretation, History, and the Death Penalty: a Book Review (review of Berger’s Death Penalties).” California Law Review 71 (1983): 1372-98.

Tullock, Gordon. “Does Punishment Deter Crime?” The Public Interest 36 (Summer 1974):103-111.

Zaller, Robert. “The Debate on Capital Punishment During the English Revolution.” American Journal of Legal History 31 (April 1987): 126-44

Escher, H.J. and Lee Hyman “Community Resistance to School Desegregation: Enjoining the Undefinable Class.” University of Chicago Law Review 44 (Feb. 1976): 111-67.

Lucie, P.A. “Discrimination Against Males in the United States) (typescript, 1986).

Maltz, Earl M. “The Constitution and Nonracial Discrimination: Alienage, Sex, and the Framers’ Ideal of Equality.” Constitutional Commentary 7 (1990): 251-82.

Levine, David O. “Is Higher Education a Privilege or a Right? Discrimination in College Admissions Between the World Wars” (paper presented before the AHA, 1985) (typescript).

Carson, Hampton L. “Great Dissenting Opinions.” Report of the Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association (1894): 273-98.

Michaelson, Sherryl E. “Religion and Morality Legislation: a Reexamination of Establishment Clause Analysis.” New York University Law Review 59 (May 1984): 301-409.

Embry, Jessie L. “Families in Religion: Mormon Polygamy and Monogamy Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

Gordon, Sarah Barringer. “‘The Liberty of Self-Degradation’: Polygamy, Woman Suffrage, and Consent in Nineteenth-Century America.” Journal of American History 83 (Dec. 1996): 815-47.

Nelson, Marie H. “Anti-Mormon Mob Violence and the Rhetoric of Law and Order in Early Mormon History.” Legal Studies Forum 21 (1997): 353-88.

James, Fleming. “Proof of the Breach in Negligence Cases (Including Res Ipsa Loquitur).” Virginia Law Review 37.2 (1951): 179-228.

Keeton, Page. “Trespass, Nuisance, and Strict Liability.” Columbia Law Review 59.3 (1959): 457-75.

Seavey, Warren A. “Negligence: Subjective or Objective?” Harvard Law Review 41.1 (1927): 1-28.

Freyer, Tony A. “Negotiable Instruments and the Federal Courts in Antebellum American Business.” Business History Review 50 (1976): 435-55.

Epstein, Richard A. “Nuisance law: Corrective Justice and Its Utilitarian Constraints.” Journal of Legal Studies 8 (1979): 49-102.

Hyman, Harold M. “George Washington Mistrusted? The Constitution’s Oaths of Office” (typescript, n.d.).

Note on William Penn’s trial (one piece).

Penn, William. Excerpt from his A Treatise of Oaths (London, 1675).

 

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