47 Am. J. Legal Hist. [i] (2005)

handle is hein.journals/amhist47 and id is 1 raw text is: The AMERICAN JOURNAL
of LEGAL HISTORY
Volume XLVII                    January 2005                          No. 1
ARTICLES
PAGE
Rediscovering Julius Henry Cohen and the Origins of the Business/Profession
Dichotomy: A Study in the Discourse of Early Twentieth Century
Legal Professionalism  .................................................... Samuel J. Levine  1
Jefferson and Juries: The Problem of Law, Reason, and Politics in the
New  Republic  ................................................................. D aniel D . Blinka  35
BOOK REVIEWS
Joel Peter Eigen, Unconscious Crime: Mental
Absence and Criminal Responsibility in
Victorian  London  ............................................................. Allyson  N. M ay  104
Andreas Fahrmeir, Oliver Faron and Patrick Weil, eds.,
Migration Control in the North Atlantic World:
The Evolution of State Practices in Europe and
the United States from the French Revolution
to  the Inter-War Period  ................................................. Christiane Harzig  105
Margaret McGlynn, The Royal Prerogative and the
Learning of the Inns of Court ........................................... Ken MacM illan  107
Norma Landau, ed., Law, Crime and English Society,
1660-1830  ..................................................................... Sim on  Devereaux  108
E. Wayne Carp, Family Matters: Secrecy and Disclosure
in  the History  of Adoption  ................................................ Gary  A. Debele  110
Paul Raffield, Images and Cultures of Law in Early
Modern England: Justice and Political
Power, 1558-1660  ............................................................ Ken  M acM illan  Ill
Diemut Majer, Non-Germans under the Third Reich:
The Nazi Judicial and Administrative System in
Germany and Occupied Eastern Europe, with
Special Regard to Occupied Poland, 1939-1945 .................... Eli Nathans  113
B ooks  R eceived  ..................................................................................................  117

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