Due Process of Law: A Brief History Cincias Humanas e Sociais Edition

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"A succinct and elegantly reasoned study. . . . Orth ably contextualizes the contest and introduces the issues in clear and intelligent fashion."--Historian

"An accessible overview of the concept of due process of law as it has evolved over the centuries. Lawyers, historians, constitutional scholars, and observers of the Supreme Court will find this book a most interesting read."--Booklist

"This book is a gem. An engaging and masterful presentation that clarifies our understanding of a critical idea."--Appellate Practice Journal

"This insightful little book clearly summarizes centuries of doctrinal development, particularly in the United States. It will serve as a useful volume on any constitutional historian's reference shelf and might be appropriate for advanced courses in constitutional and legal history."--H-Law

"A wonderfully lucid overview of due process as a limitation on the powers of government, summing up a half-millennium of legal development in clear yet rigorously accurate prose. A valuable work for all students of constitutional law."--William M. Wiecek, author of Liberty Under Law: The Supreme Court in American Life

"Lucid, accessible, accurate, and marvelously well told, Orth's book deserves a prominent place on every educated lawyer's bookshelf."--William Van Alstyne, author of The First Amendment in the Twentieth Century

"Orth's book is a gem. It has something for every reader, from legal historians to constitutional scholars to those simply interested in the Supreme Court's decisions."--Suzanna Sherry, coauthor of Desperately Seeking Certainty: The Misguided Quest for Constitutional Foundations

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A wonderfully lucid overview of due process as a limitation on the powers of govern-ment, summing up a half-millennium of legal development in clear yet rigorously accurate prose. A valuable work for all students of constitutional law.--William M. Wiecek, author of Liberty Under Law: The Supreme Court in American Life

Lucid, accessible, accurate, and marvelously well told, Orth's book deserves a prominent place on every educated lawyer's bookshelf.--William Van Alstyne, author of The First Amendment in the Twentieth Century

Orth's book is a gem. It has something for every reader, from legal historians to constitutional scholars to those simply interested in the Supreme Court's decisions.--Suzanna Sherry, coauthor of Desperately Seeking Certainty: The Misguided Quest for Constitutional Foundations


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