28 Law & Hist. Rev. [i] (2010)

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Law and History Review                  Vol. 28, No. 1, February 2010
Full text available at http://joumals.cambridge.org/lhr
In This Issue                                                   ix
Acquiring Empire by Law: From Roman Doctrine to Early
Modem European Practice                                          1
Lauren Benton and Benjamin Straumann
He Creditted More the Printed Booke: Common Lawyers'
Receptivity to Print, c. 1550-1640                              39
Ian Williams
The American Civil War as a Trial by Battle                     71
Cynthia Nicoletti
Felons' Effects and the Effects of Felony in Nineteenth-Century
England                                                        IIl
K. J. Kesselring
Police Violence and the Limits of Law on a Late Colonial
Frontier: The 'Borroloola Case' in 1930s Australia             141
Mark Finnane and Fiona Paisley
Forum: World War I and the Making of the Modern
American Fiscal State
Lawyers, Guns, and Public Moneys: The U.S. Treasury,
World War I, and the Administration of the Modem Fiscal
State                                                      173
Ajay K. Mehrotra
Raising Revenue and Raising Hell                           227
Christopher Capozzola
Tocqueville versus Weber                                   235
Michael A. Bernstein

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