27 Law & Hist. Rev. [i] (2009)

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Law and History Review                   Vol. 27, No. 1, Spring 2009
Full text available at www.historycooperative.org/home/html
LHR home page at www.press.uillinois.edu/journals/lhr.html
In This Issue                                                 vii
Law, Empire, and Historiography of Modem Sino-Western Relations:
A Case Study of the Lady Hughes Controversy in 1784
Li Chen                                                       1
Is Modem Liberty Ancient? Roman Remedies and Natural Rights
in Hugo Grotius's Early Works on Natural Law
Benjamin Straumann                                           55
Liberal Jurisprudence, Labor Tribunals, and Mexico's Supreme Court,
T. M. James                                                  87
Making Mexico: Legal Nationality, Chinese Race, and the 1930
Population Census
Kif Augustine-Adams                                         113
Forum: Pierson v. Post: Capturing New Facts about the Fox
Introduction: A Famous Fox, a Surfacing Whale, and the
Forgotten Slave
Alfred L. Brophy                                        145
The Lost Record of Pierson v. Post, the Famous Fox Case
Angela Fernandez                                        149
Papyrology and 3 Caines 175
Charles Donahue, Jr.                                    179
21st Century Fox: Pierson v. Post, Then and Now
Stuart Banner                                          185
Facts, Information, and the Newly Discovered Record
in Pierson v. Post
James E. Krier                                         189

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