8 edition of Railroads and American law found in the catalog.
by University Press of Kansas in Lawrence, Kan
Includes bibliographical references (p, 333-350) and index.
|Other titles||Railroads & American law|
|Statement||James W. Ely, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||KF2289 .E45 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 365 p. :|
|Number of Pages||365|
|LC Control Number||2001003122|
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This fine book is, as Herbert Hovenkamp has called it, "a monumental achievement." If Ely has missed a connection between railroad law and any other important topic in American legal history, I am unaware of it--everything from the use of slaves to build railroads to insolvency, receiverships, and train by: —Lawrence M.
Friedman, author of A History of American Law “A unique and wide-ranging book on a relatively untouched subject that should appeal to anyone interested in the history of the American railroad.” —John F.
Stover, author of American Railroads “An incredibly ambitious book from a master at writing about sweeping legal topics. The History Book of the Month Club refers to this as the “first comprehensive legal history of the rail industry” which “chronicles the advent of the railroad and its impact on American law.” On that point, I have no argument.
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James W. Ely Jr., in the first comprehensive legal history of the rail industry, shows that the two institutions - the railroad and American law - had a profound influence on each other.
Ely chronicles how ""America's first big business"" impelled the creation of a vast array of new laws in a country where long-distance internal transport had Pages: The book shows an early list of steam railroads in New York and their histories.
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