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From the PublisherA concise and entertaining summary of the historical origins of modern civil and criminal forfeiture in early English law.
Michigan Law Review
A valuable work on an important subject.
Appellate Practice Journal
This . . . is both an essential casebook and an outspoken, feisty, important study of the struggle for intellectual and religious liberties.
This cogent, carefully researched, and well-argued study . . . places historians and the public generally in his debt.
American Historical Review