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American Legal History from 1865 - Present (Law & Liberty) - Winter 2015

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 twenty­first.

I taught American Legal History from 1865 - Present (Law & Liberty) - Winter 2015 (HIUS 151) in Winter 2015 at the University of California, San Diego.


Syllabus


For more on this Winter Quarter 2015 class, see the substantially similar (but condensed) Summer 2015 version of the class.