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Race and the Law in South Carolina: From Slavery to Jim CrowJohn W. Wertheimer
John William Wertheimer is the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of History at Davidson College. He researches the legal history of the United States and Latin America. He is the author of Law and Society in the South: A History of North Carolina Court Cases (University Press of Kentucky).
“Recent arguments in African American History have emphasized the theme of continuity... Race and Law in South Carolina recovers the theme of change over time by showing just how things have changed, and it does so through patient, thick description.” — H. Robert Baker, Georgia State University
“This book and its concomitant student project is an exciting endeavor...The cases are captivating and accessibly written, making this a possible college classroom read.” —Vanessa Blanck, Rowan University
- 978-1-943208-32-6 (paper)
- 978-1-943208-33-3 (open access)