By Sally E. Hadden, Alfred L. Brophy
ACompanion to American felony History provides a compilation of the newest writings from top students on American felony historical past from the colonial period throughout the past due 20th century.
- Presents updated study describing the foremost debates in American felony history
- Reflects the present kingdom of yank criminal background study and issues readers towards destiny research
- Represents a great better half for graduate and legislations scholars looking an advent to the sector, the most important questions, and destiny study ideas
Chapter One Reconsidering the 17th Century: criminal background within the Americas (pages 5–25): Elizabeth Dale
Chapter what is performed and Undone: Colonial American felony background, 1700?1775 (pages 26–45): Sally E. Hadden
Chapter 3 1775?1815 (pages 46–66): Ellen Holmes Pearson
Chapter 4 The Antebellum period via Civil battle (pages 67–85): Alfred L. Brophy
Chapter 5 past Classical criminal idea: legislation and Governance in Postbellum the United States, 1865–1920 (pages 86–104): Roman J. Hoyos
Chapter Six American criminal heritage, 1920–1970 (pages 105–124): Christopher W. Schmidt
Chapter Seven local american citizens (pages 125–151): Christian McMillen
Chapter 8 African american citizens in Slavery (pages 152–170): Thomas J. Davis
Chapter 9 African american citizens in Freedom (pages 171–189): James Campbell
Chapter Ten Women's criminal background (pages 190–208): Felice Batlan
Chapter 11 households (pages 209–227): David S. Tanenhaus
Chapter Twelve Who Belongs? Immigrants and the legislation in American background (pages 228–246): Allison Brownell Tirres
Chapter 13 The criminal career (pages 247–265): Mark E. Steiner
Chapter Fourteen legislations and the economic system of Early the United States: Markets, associations of alternate, and hard work (pages 267–288): Christine Desan
Chapter Fifteen legislations and the economic system within the usa, 1820–2000 (pages 289–307): Harwell Wells
Chapter 16 legislation and exertions within the 19th and 20th Centuries (pages 308–328): Deborah Dinner
Chapter Seventeen Siting the felony historical past of Poverty: under, Above, and Amidst (pages 329–348): Felicia Kornbluh and Karen Tani
Chapter Eighteen Taxes (pages 349–366): Robin L. Einhorn
Chapter Nineteen legislations and the executive country (pages 367–386): Joanna L. Grisinger
Chapter Twenty legislations and faith (pages 387–405): Steven okay. Green
Chapter Twenty?one felony background and the army (pages 406–421): Elizabeth L. Hillman
Chapter Twenty?Two felony legislation and Justice in the USA (pages 422–440): Elizabeth Dale
Chapter Twenty?Three highbrow estate (pages 441–459): Steven Wilf
Chapter Twenty?Four legislations and Literature (pages 461–483): Jeannine Marie DeLombard
Chapter Twenty?Five criminal concept from Blackstone to Kent and tale (pages 484–505): Steven J. Macias
Chapter Twenty?Six American Jurisprudence within the 19th and Early 20th Centuries (pages 506–523): James D. Schmidt
Chapter Twenty?Seven severe criminal reports (pages 524–542): John Henry Schlegel
Chapter Twenty?Eight The overseas Context: An Imperial viewpoint on American felony background (pages 543–561): Clara Altman
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