Michael Ariens proves that no state possesses a richer or more
surprising legal history than Texas. In narrative as engaging as it
is accessible, he has produced an overarching consideration of Lone
Star law and legal culture something notably missing in other Texas
histories. After taking readers chronologically from early
settlement through 1920, Ariens focuses on particular areas of
Texas law, including property, family, business, criminal, and
civil harms (tort), and on the history of Texas's legal profession
itself. Through illuminating and utterly Texan particulars, Ariens
helps us understand a place at once southern and western, Spanish
and Mexican, republic and state.
Texas Tech Press,U.S.
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||American Liberty and Justice
Michael S. Ariens
Gordon Morris Bakken
||229 x 152 x 28mm (L x W x T)
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