The Genius of the Common Law
The Carpentier Lectures delivered at Columbia University in 1911. They are an introduction to the history and ideas behind the English Common Law.
The Genius of the Common Law (New York: Columbia University Press, 1912).
The text is in the public domain.
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Table of Contents
- I.: OUR LADY AND HER KNIGHTS
- II.: THE GIANTS AND THE GODS
- III.: SURREBUTTER CASTLE
- IV.: ENEMIES IN THE GATE
- V.: RESCUE AND RANSOM
- VI.: ALLIANCE AND CONQUEST
- VII.: PERILS OF THE MARKET-PLACE
- VIII.: THE PERPETUAL QUEST