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Freyer, Tony (Allan)

FREYER, Tony (Allan)

FREYER, Tony (Allan). American, b. 1947. Genres: Law, Economics, History, Biography. Career: Indiana University-Bloomington, lecturer in law, 1974-75, Bicentennial of the Constitution Lecturer, 1984; University of Arkansas at Little Rock, assistant professor, 1976-80, associate professor of history, 1980-81; University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, associate professor, 1983-86, professor of history and law, 1986-90, university research professor, 1990-. Harvard University, Harvard-Newcomen business history fellow at Harvard Business School, 1975-76, fellow of Charles Warren Center, 1981-82; University of California, Los Angeles, visiting professor, winter/spring, 1987. University of London, London School of Economics and Political Science, senior Fulbright scholar and visiting professor, 1986; Australian National University, senior Fulbright scholar, 1993; Burnum Distinguished Faculty Award, University of Alabama, 1992; Abe Fellowship, Japan, 1995-96; Fulbright Distinguished Chair in American Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland, 2000. Publications: Forums of Order, 1979; Harmony and Dissonance: The Swift and Erie Cases in American Federalism, 1981; The Little Rock Crisis, 1984; (ed.) Justice Hugo L. Black and Modern America, 1990; Hugo L. Black and the Dilemma of American Liberalism, 1990; Regulating Big Business: Antitrust in Great Britain and America, 1880-1990, 1992; Producers versus Capitalists, 1994; (with T. Dixon) Democracy and Judicial Independence, 1995; (ed.) Defending Constitutional Rights: Frank M. Johnson, 2001; Rights Defied, forthcoming; American Praxis, forthcoming. Work represented in books. Contributor of articles and reviews to history and law journals. Address: School of Law, University of Alabama, Box 870382, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0382, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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