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eBook Law And Social Process In United States History (The Thomas M. Cooley lectures, 9th ser) ePub

by James Willard Hurst

  • ISBN: 0306704099
  • Category: Law
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: James Willard Hurst
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Da Capo Press (December 21, 1971)
  • Pages: 361
  • ePub book: 1540 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1947 kb
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The material was originally present as part of the Thomas M. Cooley lecture series at the University of Michigan in 1959 and was originally published by the University of Michigan Law School in 1960. Hurst is viewed as one of the most important legal scholars of the 20th century and as a founding figure in the study of American legal history. Signature reads: "Best Wishes Willard Hurst" and is dated. Burgundy cloth, 361 pages.

Hurst, James Willard, Law and Social Process in United States History (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1960), 2. The whole . 20. These are the individual lecture titles in Hurst's Thomas M. Cooley Lectures at the University of Michigan Law School in 1959

Hurst, James Willard, Law and Social Process in United States History (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1960), 2. The whole point of university life for Hurst was to study the particular for the sake of the general. Our own ignorance justifies us in studying broader questions than those which seem to be pressing towards immediate issue. Cooley Lectures at the University of Michigan Law School in 1959. Hurst, Law and Social Process.

Imprint Da Capo Press Inc. Publication City/Country United Kingdom.

Law and Social Process in United States History : Five Lectures Delivered at the University of Michigan November 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13, 1959. Imprint Da Capo Press Inc.

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Law and Social Process in United States History. James Willard Hurst was recognized as the father of American legal historians, who had his greatest influence through his writings.

Law and Social Process in United States History. The social history of law in the United States is defined and explored in this groundbreaking work. Beginning with a general discussion of legal history as a field of study, Hurst goes on to outline the development of the major types of legal authorities, describe public-policy reactions to the physical challenges of society and its implications in science and technology, and sketch law's adaptation to business.

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James Willard Hurst is widely recognized as the father of modern American legal history. He taught at University of Wisconsin Law School. The eminent legal scholar James Willard Hurst's sociological analysis of the relation between law and private business in relation to society at large Hurst argues that law and business support the same goals of efficiency and humanity, and examines their interrelationship toward that end in terms of ethical issues related to public policy, money supply, the impact of incremental change, inflation and. deflation, monopoly and competition, and other economic factors.

Law and social process in United States history;: Five lectures delivered at the University of Michigan, November 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13, 1959 (The Thomas M. Cooley lectures, 9th ser). In these essays J. Willard Hurst shows the correlation between the conception of individual freedom and the application of law in the nineteenth-century United Statesâ?”how individuals sought to use law to increase both their personal freedom and their opportunities for personal growth. These essays in jurisprudence and legal history are also a contribution to the study of social and intellectual history in the United States, to political science, and to economics as it concerns the role of public policy in our economy.