American Legal History


The federal nature of the first British Empire, and in particular the understanding of the British North Americans about that federalism, is at the root of American constitutional development, which is less "revolutionary" and more "counter-revolutionary" and "imperial" than our folklore permits us to convey. Here, we relearn our "Founding" history.


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Selected documents from The Glorious Revolution in America (Hall ed. 1964)

An Act declareing what are the Rights and Priviledges of their Majesties Subjects inhabiting within their Province of New York, May 13, 1691


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