Edited by Alan Tucker.
|Statement||translated by John Lydgate.|
|Contributions||Tucker, Alan, 1933-, Stilt Press|
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In Law of the Land, Amar set out to interpret Americas Constitution in a geographical context, looking at how court cases and constitutional interpreters of different regions shaped the way we see the Constitution today/5. The Law of the Land: The Evolution of Our Legal System and millions of other books are available for instant access. view Kindle eBook | view Audible audiobook. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App/5(17). The Law of the Land by Henry Reynolds (Author)Author: Henry Reynolds. The Law of the Land: The Evolution of Our Legal System. The law is a subject that affects every one of us at every moment; yet for most people it remains an almost impenetrable mystery. The Law of the Land takes this important and often /5.
Perspective () is a collection of essays, and The Law of the Land: The Evolution of Our Legal System () is a legal history of Western Europe and the United States. Rembar also founded a law firm, Rembar & Curtis, which represented well known writers such as Norman Mailer, Tom Clancy, Herman Wouk, and Louise by: 9. Summary. Henry Reynolds' The Law of the Land was first published in and advanced a radical reassessment of the history of property ownership in Australia. Reynolds' work challenged the prevailing legal and historical orthodoxy under which it was assumed that as a consequence of colonisation, the Aboriginal peoples of Australia no longer enjoyed any enforceable rights to land . About the Author: Wayne Thomas Batson is a bestselling author of young adult fantasy and adventure novels. He's sold half a million books and counting, including the bestselling Door Within Trilogy. If you're a fan of Batson's fiction, you'll love Law of the Land/5. He is the author of many well-known books including The Other Side of the Frontier, Law of the Land, Fate of a Free People and Why Werent We Told? Henry Reynolds is currently an ARC Senior Research Fellow at the University of Tasmania /5.
National Book Award Finalist: “A learned, thoughtful, witty legal history for the layman” through recent paradigm shifts in the interpretation and application of the legal code, The Law of the Land is a compelling and informative history of the rules and regulations we so often take for granted. GENRE. Professional & Technical.5/5(1). In The Law of the Land, renowned legal scholar Akhil Reed Amar illustrates how geography, federalism, and regionalism have influenced some of the biggest questions in American constitutional law. This is the Law which prevails over us all. It is immortal and omnipotent, it has the final say. With stark and powerful language, The Law of the Land tells a poetic fable through three voices from America’s past, each describing their own unique stories and perspectives which impart lessons about life and morality/5(4). Descriptions are based on material provided by the publishers. Authors of new books may forward publishers’ book descriptions to us by email. The Law of the Land: A Grand Tour of our Constitutional Republic. Akhil Reed Amar, Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science (Basic Books).