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Darian-Smith, Eve, 1963-
Religion, race, rights : landmarks in the history of modern Anglo-American law / Eve Darian-Smith
Oxford ; Portland, Or. : Hart Pub., 2010
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  KD671 .D37 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Common law -- Great Britain -- History
Common law -- United States -- History
Ecclesiastical law -- Great Britain -- History
Ecclesiastical law -- United States -- History
Human rights -- Great Britain -- History
Human rights -- United States -- History
Race discrimination -- Great Britain -- History
Race discrimination -- United States -- History
Physical Description x, 329 p. : ill., photos ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 293-317) and index
Contents Introduction : Connecting religion, race and rights -- Martin Luther and the challenge to the Catholic Church (1517) -- Executing the king : the trial of Charles I (1649) -- Revolution and Thomas Paine's Rights of man (1791) -- Sugar, slaves, rebellion, murder (1865) -- Demanding the eight-hour workday (1886) -- Civilizing native Americans : the Dawes Act (1887) -- Nuremberg's legacy (1945-49) -- Democracy, neoliberalism, and the new crusades -- Conclusion : The resurgence of faith

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