A Peculiar Humanism: Judicial Advocacy of Slavery in High Courts of the Old South, 1820-50 (Studies in the Legal History of the South)
By: William E. Wiethoff (author)Hardback
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Assessing the judicial use of oratory in reviewing slave cases and the struggle to fashion a humanist jurisprudence on slavery despite the restraints placed on judicial advocacy, this work examines the public addresses, judicial narratives and private papers of 69 appellate judges.
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