Reviews in American History
Since Alfred Kelly coined the term "law-office history" in 1965, been added-except ever-multiplying examples-to the perennial about how lawyers and legal academics use history. Laura Kalman's ing new book about legal scholarship is thus a welcome contribution field. Kalman begins by tracing the history of legal scholarship since The central conundrum the realists and their successors bequeathed liberals"-those who trust the courts to implement large-scale was how to keep their faith after the death of Earl Warren attacks from both the Left and Right.
Using and Misusing History, 25 Reviews in American History. 337
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