The road from Runnymede; Magna Carta and constitutionalism in America [by] A.E. Dick Howard.

Charlottesville, University of Virginia Press [1968] .

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Subjects Constitutional history -- United States.
Constitutional history.
United States.
Series Virginia legal studies.
Description xv, 533 pages illustrations, facsimiles, portraits 25 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Colonial charters and first settlement : the "liberties of Englishmen" -- The New England colonies : the "word of God" and the "laws of England" -- The proprietary colonies -- William Penn and Pennsylvania -- English laws and English history -- Lawyers and lawbooks -- The stirrings of colonial discontent -- Revolutionary leadership : two Adamses -- From English rights restated to independence declared -- The colonists' case : the rights of Englishmen or the rights of man? -- The state constitution : old wine in new bottles -- The federal Constitution : conserving and creating -- The adoption of British statutes after the Revolution -- The shape of American law after the Revolution -- Justice neither sold, denied, nor delayed -- From "law of the land" to "due process of law" -- Due process of law : attainders and fair procedures -- Due process of law : property and jury trial -- Due process of law : the coat of many colors.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)439202
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WorldCat Identities Howard, A. E. Dick.
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