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Progress, Stability, and the Struggle for Equality: A Ramble..

by MacMahon, Hugh G.E

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2009. ISBN-10: 0966401549; ISBN-13: 9780966401547. MacMahon, Hugh G.E. Progress, Stability, and the Struggle for Equality: A Ramble Through the Early Years of Maine Law, 1820-1920. Portland, Me.: Drummond Woodsum & MacMahon, 2009. xiv, 346 pp. with 16 pages of black and white illustrations and portraits. ISBN 13: 9780966401547. Softcover. New. Publisher's Price USD 28. Special $15. * Contents: Why legal history matters. Finding and making the common law. Charting new courses. Foundational constitutional principles. Paupers. Maine's law's debt to animals. Contributory negligence and railroad crossing collisions. Women and the law. Employee injuries. Wrongful death claims. Maine's morality laws. Ensuring public safety. The court and the public schools. Maine's blasphemy case. The Civil War. Maine's rivers. Resolving disputes between neighbors. Governmental power and private property. Concluding thoughts.

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Title
Progress, Stability, and the Struggle for Equality: A Ramble..
Author
MacMahon, Hugh G.E
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ISBN 10
0966401549
ISBN 13
9780966401547
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The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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Portland, Me
Date Published
2009
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