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L778 Seminar in American Legal History

Description Law, legal processes, and legal institutions have long played a pivotal role in American political and economic development. One of the fundamental aims of this seminar is to examine how the law # broadly conceived # has affected, and been affected by, the emergence of a market economy in the United States from the late-nineteenth century to the present. While the course will survey a range of topics, the primary focus will be on the development of U.S. tax policy.

Note This course may offer writing credit.

Faculty A. Mehrotra

Spring 2014 - 2015Seminar in American Legal HistoryLovelace, T.
Spring 2010 - 2011Seminar in American Legal HistoryMehrotra, A.