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JUDITH KELLEHER SCHAFER, SLAVERY, THE CIVIL LAW, AND THE SUPREME COURT OF LOUISIANA. BATON ROUGE AND LONDON: LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 1994. XIX, 389 PP. $35.00. Thomas D. Russell; 40 Am. J. Legal Hist. 216 American Journal of Legal History April, 1996

NEW HISTORIES OF THE PRIVATE LAW OF SLAVERY Mark Tushnet; 18 Cardozo L. Rev. 301 Cardozo Law Review November, 1996

PROPERTY FIRST, HUMANITY SECOND: THE RECOGNITION OF THE SLAVE'S HUMAN NATURE IN VIRGINIA CIVIL LAW A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr. Barbara K. Kopytoff; 50 Ohio St. L.J. 511 Ohio State Law Journal 1989

SLAVERY AND THE FELLOW SERVANT RULE: AN ANTEBELLUM DILEMMA Frederick Wertheim; 61 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1112 New York University Law Review December, 1986

THE SOUTH CONDEMNING ITSELF: HUMANITY AND PROPERTY IN AMERICAN SLAVERY A Review of Andrew Fede, People Without Rights (Garland Press 1992) Ruth Wedgwood; 68 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 1391 Chicago-Kent Law Review 1993

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