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In the Matter of Color: Race and the American Legal Process 1: The Colonial Period (Paperback)
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In the Matter of Color: Race and the American Legal Process 1: The Colonial Period (Paperback)

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Paperback 536 Pages / Published: 01/05/1980
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Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
ISBN: 9780195027457
Number of pages: 536
Weight: 407 g
Dimensions: 202 x 136 x 25 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"Chronicles in unrelenting detail the role of the law in the enslavement and subjugation of black Americans during the colonial period. No attempt to summarize the colonial experience could convey the rich and comprehensive detail which is the major strength of Judge Higginbotham's work."--Harvard
Law Review
"A definitive study of racism, slavery, and the law in early America."--American Historical Review
"Founded on comprehensive research, thoroughly documented, and well-written, In the Matter of Color is a contribution of the first importance to the study of racial issues in America, invaluable alike to students of American history, law, or society."--History
"An excellent analysis of the legal process in historical context. A thought-provoking book with extensive data."--Linda Borish, Rhodes College


"Chronicles in unrelenting detail the role of the law in the enslavement and subjugation of black Americans during the colonial period. No attempt to summarize the colonial experience could convey the rich and comprehensive detail which is the major strength of Judge Higginbotham's work."--Harvard
Law Review
"A definitive study of racism, slavery, and the law in early America."--American Historical Review
"Founded on comprehensive research, thoroughly documented, and well-written, In the Matter of Color is a contribution of the first importance to the study of racial issues in America, invaluable alike to students of American history, law, or society."--History
"An excellent analysis of the legal process in historical context. A thought-provoking book with extensive data."--Linda Borish, Rhodes College

"Chronicles in unrelenting detail the role of the law in the enslavement and subjugation of black Americans during the colonial period. No attempt to summarize the colonial experience could convey the rich and comprehensive detail which is the major strength of Judge Higginbotham's work."--Harvard Law Review
"A definitive study of racism, slavery, and the law in early America."--American Historical Review
"Founded on comprehensive research, thoroughly documented, and well-written, In the Matter of Color is a contribution of the first importance to the study of racial issues in America, invaluable alike to students of American history, law, or society."--History
"An excellent analysis of the legal process in historical context. A thought-provoking book with extensive data."--Linda Borish, Rhodes College


"Chronicles in unrelenting detail the role of the law in the enslavement and subjugation of black Americans during the colonial period. No attempt to summarize the colonial experience could convey the rich and comprehensive detail which is the major strength of Judge Higginbotham's work."--Harvard Law Review


"A definitive study of racism, slavery, and the law in early America."--American Historical Review


"Founded on comprehensive research, thoroughly documented, and well-written, In the Matter of Color is a contribution of the first importance to the study of racial issues in America, invaluable alike to students of American history, law, or society."--History




"Chronicles in unrelenting detail the role of the law in the enslavement and subjugation of black Americans during the colonial period. No attempt to summarize the colonial experience could convey the rich and comprehensive detail which is the major strength of Judge Higginbotham's work."--Harvard Law Review


"A definitive study of racism, slavery, and the law in early America."--American Historical Review


"Founded on comprehensive research, thoroughly documented, and well-written, In the Matter of Color is a contribution of the first importance to the study of racial issues in America, invaluable alike to students of American history, law, or society."--History


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