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Law and resistance : American attitudes toward authority / edited by Laurence Veysey.

1st Harper Torchbooks ed.. New York : Harper Torchbooks, 1970.
ISBN 0061315087, 9780061315084

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Other Authors Veysey, Laurence R.
Subjects Civil rights -- United States.
Civil rights.
Law enforcement -- United States.
Law enforcement.
Passive resistance.
Recht van verzet.
United States.
Series Harper torchbooks ; TB 1508.
Description xiv, 355 pages ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date 1970.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents PART ONE: ARGUMENT OVER THE NATURE AND LIMITS OF AUTHORITY -- Three Classic Traditions -- 1. PRIMACY OF THE MAJORITY. George Bancroft, "The Office of the People in Art, Government, and Religion" (1835) -- 2. PRIMACY OF THE STATE. Rufus Choate, "The Position and Functions of the American Bar, as an Element of Conservatism in the State" (1845) -- 3. PRIMACY OF THE INDIVIDUAL CONSCIENCE. Henry David Thoreau, "Civil Disobedience" (1849) -- Perspectives on Freedom During the Period of Industrialization -- 4. A CALL FOR MORE DISCIPLINE. William Graham Sumner, "Liberty and Responsibility" (1888) -- 5. REJECTION OF NONCONFORMIST INDIVIDUALISM. Woodrow Wilson, "When a Man Comes to Himself" (1901); "Self-Control in Wartime" (1917) -- 6. LAW AS AN EVOLVING COLLECTIVE TooL. Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., "Law in Science and Science in Law" (1899).
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)89493
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