Saturday, July 31, 2010

Thanks to Ariela Gross and Steve Vladeck

The Legal History Blog thanks Ariela Gross, USC Law School, and Steve Vladeck, Washington College of Law, American University, our guests during the month of July.

Steve has posted on the history of Habeas Corpus:
I. Why 1789(?) Matters

II. The Unnecessary Habeas Corpus Act of 1679

III. The Dangerous Habeas Corpus Act of 1679

IV. The Equity of the Common Law Writ

V. 1789 as the High-Water Mark of English Habeas
Areila’s posts have included:
Race in Japan and the United States Compared

Frank Rich on July 4, Race, and Thurgood Marshall

New Directions for Legal History of the South?

Race, Law, and Conservatism in America
Many thanks to Steve and Ariela!

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