Lapham's Quarterly, Spring 2018, Rule of Law
Lapham's Quarterly Volume XI, Number 2, Spring 2018: Rule of Law
Lapham's Quarterly embodies the belief that history is the root of all education, scientific and literary as well as political and economic. Each issue addresses a topic of current interest and concern—war, religion, money, medicine, nature, crime—by bringing up to the microphone of the present the advice and counsel of the past.
This issue's theme is the 'Rule of Law' and it investigates all aspects of what is law as it governs a state all the way back from 5000 BC in India to present day. Subject matters of text include international treaties, due process, Roy Moore, Ancient Greece, Romani legal traditions, Albania, Johannesburg, anarchism, Chinese Han State, Victorian London, Paul Butler, Tower of London plea bargains, outlaw heroes, Roman court dress, cosmic order, separation of power & more.
Contributors include: Abraham Lincoln, Nixon, Albrecht Durer, Madame Roland, Frederick Douglass, Martin Luther, El Greco, John Stuart Mill, Arundhati Roy, Catherine the Great, Immanuel Kant, Ralph Nader, Erica Benner, Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., Anne Boleyn, Emma Goldman, Charles Dickens, John Paul Stevens, Gratian, Horace Gray, John Locke, Ellen Ullman, Angela Y. Davis, Lewis Carroll, Nietzche, Kafka, Euripides, Napolean & many more.
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