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001    28288574 
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008    930114s1993    ncu      b    001 0 eng   
010    92074821 
020    0890895325 
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050 00 KF352|b.S36 1993 
100 1  Schwartz, Bernard,|d1923-1997.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n50004125 
245 10 Main currents in American legal thought /|cBernard 
       Schwartz. 
264  1 Durham, N.C. :|bCarolina Academic Press,|c[1993] 
264  4 |c©1993 
300    xv, 660 pages ;|c27 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
650  0 Law|zUnited States|xHistory.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/subjects/sh85075195 
650  0 Law|zUnited States|xPhilosophy|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/subjects/sh2009129354|xHistory.|0http://
       id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh99005024 
970 01 |tTable of Cases 
970 01 |tPreface 
970 11 |lCh. 1|tThe New Nation|p3 
970 12 |tColonial Heritage|p3 
970 12 |tJohn Adams: Lawyer for the Revolution|p8 
970 12 |tAlexander Hamilton: The First Instrumentalist|p23 
970 12 |tJohn Dickinson: Experience versus Reason|p35 
970 12 |tJames Wilson: Federalist Democrat|p43 
970 12 |tGeorge Wythe: Blackstone Manque|p74 
970 12 |tThomas Jefferson: Democratic Instrumentalist|p53 
970 12 |tJames Madison: Father of Public Law|p84 
970 12 |tEarly Legal Thought in Action: Jefferson versus Wythe
       |p92 
970 12 |t"All Republicans - All Federalists"|p104 
970 11 |lCh. 2|tThe Golden Age|p109 
970 12 |tJuristic Chemistry|p110 
970 12 |tJohn Marshall: Instrumentalism Triumphant|p112 
970 12 |tCommon Law Confirmed|p128 
970 12 |tJoseph Story: "From the Twelve Tables Down"|p132 
970 12 |tJames Kent: Conservative Instrumentalist|p143 
970 12 |tWilliam Wirt: The "Spy" at the Bar|p151 
970 12 |tSt. George Tucker: Jeffersonian Instrumentalist|p159 
970 12 |tSlavery and Juristic Schizophrenia|p171 
970 12 |tBlack-Letter Legal Education|p176 
970 12 |tLegal Thought in Action: Marshall versus Roane|p181 
970 12 |tInstrumentalism and Positivism|p191 
970 11 |lCh. 3|tThrough the Crucible|p197 
970 12 |tLemuel Shaw: Private-Law Instrumentalist|p199 
970 12 |tJohn Bannister Gibson: Law in the Grand Style|p206 
970 12 |tDavid Dudley Field: Justinian Manque|p215 
970 12 |tBenjamin Robbins Curtis: Law as Balance|p224 
970 12 |tBilly Budd on the Bench|p230 
970 12 |tJohn C. Calhoun: The South Strikes Back|p237 
970 12 |tThomas Ruffin: "Obedience to the Laws of Legal Truth"
       |p243 
970 12 |tBenjamin F. Butler: "A Law School Arranged Upon A 
       Different Plan"|p251 
970 12 |tAbraham Lincoln: Law in Emergency|p255 
970 12 |tLegal Thought in Action: Taney versus Curtis|p264 
970 12 |tSecond American Revolution?|p278 
970 11 |lCh. 4|tThe Gilded Age|p283 
970 12 |tJohn A. Bingham: Madison of Fourteenth Amendment|p284 
970 12 |tThomas M. Cooley: Furnishing the Legal Text|p292 
970 12 |tLaissez Faire Theorists|p301 
970 12 |tLaissez Faire and Legal Thought|p303 
970 12 |tStephen J. Field: Laissez Faire Constitutionalized|p307 
970 12 |tJohn Appleton: Law as Truth|p314 
970 12 |tCharles Doe: "Progress and Improvement" and "The 
       Mistakes of Former Ages"|p324 
970 12 |tJames C. Carter: Written Law - "Victorious upon Paper 
       and Powerless Elsewhere"|p337 
970 12 |tChristopher Columbus Langdell: A New Legal World|p346 
970 12 |tLegal Thought in Action: Carter versus Field|p353 
970 12 |tStatus, Contract, and Bartleby|p363 
970 11 |lCh. 5|tThe New Century|p373 
970 12 |tThe Dominant Jurisprudence|p373 
970 12 |tOliver Wendell Holmes: Law as Experience|p376 
970 12 |tRufus W. Peckham: "His Major Premise Was God Damn It!"
       |p396 
970 12 |tJohn Chipman Gray: The Law Laid Down by Judges|p405 
970 12 |tLouis D. Brandeis: Law as Fact|p412 
970 12 |tErnst Freund: The Scholar's Revenge|p424 
970 12 |tClarence Darrow: Rock of Ages or Age of Rocks?|p433 
970 12 |tBrooks Adams: Pessimism and Progress|p442 
970 12 |tLegal Thought in Action: Holmes versus Peckham|p448 
970 12 |tLooking Backward: "Nearer than a Dream"|p459 
970 11 |lCh. 6|tPragmatic Instrumentalism|p465 
970 12 |tRoscoe Pound: Schoolmaster of the Bar|p466 
970 12 |tBenjamin Nathan Cardozo: Our Lady of the Common Law|p473
970 12 |tJerome N. Frank: Law on Trial|p482 
970 12 |tArthur T. Vanderbilt: The Challenge of Law Reform|p491 
970 12 |tFelix Frankfurter: His Master's Voice|p497 
970 12 |tHugo Lafayette Black: Blackletter Instrumentalist|p506 
970 12 |tEarl Warren: "But Were You Fair?"|p515 
970 12 |tRoger J. Traynor: Laying Law's Ghosts|p527 
970 12 |tLegal Thought in Action: Warren versus Frankfurter|p535 
970 12 |tDragon-Ridden Instrumentalism|p544 
970 11 |lCh. 7|tFragmented Jurisprudence|p553 
970 12 |tWilliam J. Brennan: "Dialogue between Heart and Head"
       |p554 
970 12 |tRichard A. Posner: Judex Economicus|p566 
970 12 |tRichard A. Epstein: Legal Copernicus or Ptolemy?|p575 
970 12 |tJohn Rawls: A New Theory of Justice|p586 
970 12 |tRonald Dworkin: Labors of Hercules|p594 
970 12 |tCritical Legal Studies: Academic Nihilism|p604 
970 12 |tFeminist and Minority Jurisprudence: A Zero-Sum Game
       |p614 
970 12 |tContract to Status?|p623 
970 12 |tLegal Thought in Action: Brennan versus Rehnquist and 
       Scalia|p628 
970 12 |tIs Jurisprudence Dead?|p639 
970 01 |tIndex|p645 
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