The Jury in Lincoln's America

The Jury in Lincoln's America

In the antebellum Midwest, Americans looked to the law, and specifically to the jury, to navigate the uncertain terrain of a rapidly changing society. During this formative era of American law, the jury served as the most visible connector between law and society.

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Publisher: Ohio University Press (January 23, 2012)

Collection: Series on Law, Society, and Politics in the Midwest

Parent ISBN: 9780821419564

Language: English

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