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  • The Kansas State Constitutionby Francis H. Heller

    Oxford University Press, USA 2011; US$ 169.99

    Formally, Kansas still operates under a constitution dating from 1959. However, its present day basic law differs importantly from the original text. In The Kansas State Constitution, Francis H. Heller offers an unprecedented explanation of Kansas's experience with "incremental revision." In The Kansas State Constitution, Francis H. Heller... more...

  • Sunflower Justiceby R. Alton Lee

    UNP - Nebraska 2014; US$ 65.00

    Until recently, American legal historiography focused almost solely on national government. Although much of Kansas law reflects U.S. law, the state court’s arbitrary powers over labor-management conflicts, yellow dog contracts, civil rights, gender issues, and domestic relations set precedents that reverberated around the country. Sunflower Justice... more...

  • Accusedby Brittany Ducker

    New Horizon Press 2015; US$ 24.99

    On the afternoon of May 11, 2011, students at Liberty High School in Louisville, Kentucky, discovered a body, facedown and lifeless in a drainage ditch. Within minutes, police officers descended on to school grounds and encountered one of the most violent scenes in their careers. In the hours that followed, the body was identified as fourteen-year-old... more...

  • Perpetuities Law in Actionby Jesse Jr. Dukeminier

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 35.00

    Few rules of law can so quickly strike terror into the hearts of lawyers as the Rule against Perpetuities. This rule, two centuries in development, is designed to prevent tying up property for too long a time. It can be stated in one sentence, but the great nineteenth-century master of the Rule, John Chipman Gray, required more than 400 scrupulously... more...

  • The County Courts in Antebellum Kentuckyby Robert M. Ireland

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 35.00

    Although an important part of local government, particularly in the South, in their early years the county courts have not been thoroughly investigated. This book offers the first comprehensive examination of the county courts during the antebellum era in one southern state Kentucky, placing them in the context of its constitutional and political... more...

  • Violence against Women in Kentuckyby Carol E. Jordan

    The University Press of Kentucky 2014; US$ 40.00

    For more than two centuries, Kentucky women have fought for the right to vote, own property, control their wages, and be safe at home and in the workplace. Tragically, many of these women's voices have been silenced by abuse and violence. In Violence against Women in Kentucky: A History of U.S. and State Legislative Reform , Carol E. Jordan chronicles... more...

  • Federal Courts in the Early Republicby Mary K. Bonsteel Tachau

    Princeton University Press 2015; US$ 33.95 US$ 30.89

    On the basis of both civil and criminal suits, some private and some brought by the government, Professor Tachau demonstrates that the federal courts in Kentucky were immediately accessible, visible, and deeply involved in the lives of the people. The actual legal practice revealed in the records thus contradicts much of the conventional wisdom and... more...

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