In this episode we will explore the motivations for the founding of colonies in British North America; how their corporate charters served as a template for the organization of their governments; the highly coercive legal system initiated in Jamestown to control the immigrants; the Massachusetts Bay Colony, its founding, leaders, religious beliefs, and governmental structure; a big-picture view of the court structure, and organization throughout the colonies; social services and business regulation throughout the colonies; and the Protestant Ethic and its impact on subsequent American legal history.
05/23/20 • 35 min
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