48 Am. J. Legal Hist. [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/amhist48 and id is 1 raw text is: The AMERICAN JOURNAL
of LEGAL HISTORY
Volume XLVIII                  January 2006                          No. 1
ARTICLES
PAGE
Social Instrumentalism in the Jacksonian Decade: State High Court
Decisions Regarding Marriage and Religion, 1828-1837
....................................................................................... R onald  L . N elson
Transformed, Not Transcended: The Role of Extrajudicial Dispute
Resolution in Antebellum Kentucky and New Jersey ....Carli N. Conklin  39
BOOK REVIEWS
Nancy Hathaway Steenburg. Children and the Criminal Law
in  Connecticut, 1635-1855  ................................................... Steven  M intz  99
Larry D. Kramer. The People Themselves: Popular
Constitutionalism and Judicial Review .......................... Wayne D. Moore  100
Sara Warner. Down to the Waterline: Boundaries, Nature,
and  the  Law  in  Florida  ............................................................... J.B. Ruhl  102
Stuart Streichler. Justice Curtis in the Civil War Era:
At the Crossroads of American Constitutionalism....Robert Saunders. Jr.  103
Stephen Robertson. Crimes Against Children: Sexual Violence
and Legal Culture in New York City, 1880-1960 ................ Jennifer Trost  105
John Sassoon. Ancient Laws and Modern Problems:
The Balance Between Justice and a Legal System ...... David J. Bederman  106
Tal Golan. Laws of Men and Laws of Nature: The History of
Expert Scientific testimony in England and America .....Jason Borenstein  108
Neil Duxbury. Frederick Pollock and the English Juristic Tradition
.......................................................................................... Steve  Sheppard  110
Paul Brand. Kings, Barons and Justices: The Making and Enforcement
of Legislation in Thirteenth-century England ................. Karl Shoemaker  112
Daniel J. Kornstein. Kill all the Lawyers? Shakespeare's
Legal Appeal .............................................................................. Jan  Stone  114
B ooks  R eceived  ..................................................................................................  117

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