This volume continues a series of essays exploring broad topics in European history. Included are studies on twentieth-century topics in German, Italian, and Moroccan history. Britain is represented by essays on the medico-legal theory of rabies and comparative study of the ideas of John Thelwall and Edmund Burke. Roy Willis on France's overseas territories, Orest Ranum on the refinement and elaboration of the printed form in the eighteenth century, James Leith on the historical evolution of a children's board, and two studies on education, all attest to a noteworthy French orientation in this volume.Above all, a legal scholara#39;s study of law must exhibit a sense of change over time, for legal change invariably does occur. It comes as something of a shock, therefore, to encounter a branch of law which upon a superficial examination seems toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays in European History|
|Author||:||Carolyn W. White|
|Publisher||:||University Press of America - 1996-01-01|