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Book Review: Better Kind Of Hatchet: Law, Trade And Diplomacy In The Cherokee Nation During The Early Years Of European Contact, William E. Nelson Jan 1977

Book Review: Better Kind Of Hatchet: Law, Trade And Diplomacy In The Cherokee Nation During The Early Years Of European Contact, William E. Nelson

Faculty Scholarship Series

John Phillip Reid's latest book, A Better Kind of Hatchet: Law,
Trade, and Diplomacy in the Cherokee Nation during the Early
Years of European Contact, is ostensibly a study of trade relations
between South Carolina and the Cherokee Indians during the first
third of the eighteenth century. But taken in conjunction with his
earlier book, A Law of Blood: The Primitive Law of the Cherokee
Nation, the new book is, in truth, much more. At the deepest level,
Reid's achievement in the two books is to suggest to white Americans,
first, some ways in which our understanding of ...


The Law Of Fogel V Chestnut: An Historical Analysis, Jan Ginter Deutsch Jan 1977

The Law Of Fogel V Chestnut: An Historical Analysis, Jan Ginter Deutsch

Faculty Scholarship Series

One of the facts that identifies law as a profession is the phenomenon of the first year of law school. For the lay public, it must appear remarkable that law students-being trained to operate in worlds that are changing with increasing rapidity should nevertheless spend their first year analyzing many of the same judicial decisions studied during their predecessors' first year.

It is because certain opinions attain a precedential value beyond the facts of the specific disputes they resolve that their study is not inconsistent with the learning of contemporary doctrine. Public acceptance of the profession, however, rests precisely on ...


Competition And Corporate Law: A Dialogue - The Bangor Punta And Santa Fe Options, Jan Ginter Deutsch Jan 1977

Competition And Corporate Law: A Dialogue - The Bangor Punta And Santa Fe Options, Jan Ginter Deutsch

Faculty Scholarship Series

In this imaginary dialogue between the economist and the lawyer, both attempt to analyze the recent decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court, applying the norms of their respective disciplines, and seek to derive a principle that would assist in formulating a course of action for the future. To those brought up in the classic tradition of Anglo-American law, the para­ meters employed to reach a decision in these cases may not be entirely intelligible. However, the determination of the applicable principle in the milieu of the current shift of the frontiers of law needs not only ...