1850-1877: Law and Justice
1850-1877: Chapter Eight: Law and Justice
by THOMAS J. BROWN
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
The Ascendancy of Legal Formalism 237
Corporations and Business Regulation 239
Pinkerton’s National Detective Agency 241
Expansion of Judicial Review 241
The Legal Profession 244
Resistance to the Fugitive Slave Act 245
Is Virtue Constitutional? 246
Warfare and the Rule of Law 248
The James Brothers 249
The Debate over the Vallandigham Case 251
Writing Citizenship into the Constitution 251
Hooted Down the Page of History 252
Amos T. Akerman 256
Myra Bradwell 257
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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