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Lawrence M. Friedman is Professor of Law at Stanford University and author of twenty-three books about law and legal history. Hailed as American law’s greatest living historian, Friedman traces the evolution of America’s legal system from the colonial period to the present. A Modern Library Chronicle, this book is concise, insightful, and graced with wit. Download and start listening now!


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  • “Friedman has deftly distilled 225 years of jurisprudence into a coherent, trenchant explanation of how American law has evolved.”

    Washington Post Book World

  • “Alan Nebelthau reads with the authority of a seasoned professor. His low-key style helps  make a reader-friendly text even more accessible. But where Law in America truly succeeds is in Friedman’s ability to place legal occurrences in context, both factually and legally.”


  • “A concise and lucid overview of the development of the law as it parallels the track of American social, economic, political, and cultural history.”

    Library Journal

  • “An elegant, thoughtful survey of the parallel growth of America’s legal culture and the nation itself.”

    Kirkus Reviews

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