COLLECTED PAPERS OF PAUL VINOGRADOFF WITH A MEMOIR BY THE RIGHT HON. H.A.L. FISHER
Item #: 61127
Published: Oxford; At the Clarendon Press; 1928. Reprinted in 2007.
Subjects: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW, BIOGRAPHY/WRITINGS ON LEGAL MINDS, CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, JURISPRUDENCE
This 2-volume set has sub-headings of Historical (Vol I) andJurisprudence (Vol II) with a total of 46 essays. Hon H.A.L.Fisher's introduction provides a biographical sketch ofVinogradoff to introduce the work. "We believe Mr. Fisher isentirely right in saying that Vinogradoff 'ranks high amongthe intellectual athletes of history' and that 'if a list bemade of those who...have rendered illustrious service' tothe advancement of the critical departments of law 'the nameof Vinogradoff must be inscribed upon it.' Vinogradoff hasset many things right in legal and social history, but hewill be longest remembered as a powerful catalytic forcewhich decomposed many historical errors and produced changesof the hightest importance in the whole field of historicalresearch, especially as applied to law in England." -38 YaleL.J. 833-837 (1928-1929)This publication by the U.S. federal government includes theConstitution of the U.S.A. with its Amendments; Jefferson'sManual of Parliamentary Practice, the standing rules forconducting business in the House of Representatives and U.S.Senate, along with Barclay's Digest of Rules of Proceedingin the House of Representatives of the U.S. This manual wascompiled and prepared under supervision of John M. Barclay,assistant clerk of the House of Representatives. It updatedand combined similar earlier GPO works.
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