Law and the modern mind : consciousness and responsibility in American legal culture /
"In postrevolutionary America, the autonomous individual was both the linchpin of a young nation and a threat to the founders' vision of ordered liberty. Conceiving of self-government as a psychological as well as a political project, jurists built a republic of laws upon the Enlightenment...
Cambridge, Massachusetts :
Harvard University Press,
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