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
Articles
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,
1917-1924
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
Comment
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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