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American Legal History from 1865 - Present (Law & Liberty) - Summer 2014

HIUS 151 covered “liberty and the law,” ranging from the supremacy of contract law in the nineteenth century; to the controversies of wiretapping, civil rights (race, gender, disability), and abortion in the twentieth; and ending with the NSA in the twenty­-first.

I taught American Legal History from 1865 - Present (Law & Liberty) - Summer 2014 (HIUS 151) in Summer 2014 at the University California, San Diego.


Syllabus


This Summer I (condensed) class was primarily a seminar class, meaning we interacted with each other instead of listening exclusively to me.

For more, see the course page for the substantially similar Summer 2015 version of the class.