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Rewriting the History of the Judiciary Act of 1789. Exposing Myths, Challenging Premises, and Using New Evidence., Ritz, Wilfred J.
1 Ritz, Wilfred J. Rewriting the History of the Judiciary Act of 1789. Exposing Myths, Challenging Premises, and Using New Evidence.
University Of Oklahoma Press, Norman. 1990 0806122390 / 9780806122397 First Edition, stated 
A fundamental reconsideration of one of the most important statues passed by Congress, the statute by which the First Congress established the national judicial system. Reconstructs in a fresh and illuminating way the legal and political culture of the early republic and shows the inextricable intertwining of law and politics. 264 pages, table of citations, notes and index. Dust jacket and book are in Fine condition, as new. 
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