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Selected Essays

by F. Lyman Windolph
Format
Book
Published
[Lancaster, Pa.] Franklin and Marshall College, 1972.
Language
English
Contents
  • Two sins against tolerance.
  • An open letter to the conservative majority.
  • The sanctity of law.
  • Defending a bad cause.
  • The country lawyer.
  • A letter to my father.
  • A brief on the play scene in Hamlet.
  • A freeman's will.
  • Foreward to Leviathan and natural law.
  • The things that are Caesar's.
  • The things that are not Caesar's.
  • E pluribus unum.
  • Democracy and natural law.
  • Shakespeare and the law.
  • Browning and the law.
  • The idea of God as affected by modern knowledge.
  • The significance of American citizenship.
  • Religio advocati.
Description
xv, 278 p. 20 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
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