Master and servant law : Chartists, trade unions, radical lawyers and the magistracy in England, 1840-1865
|目次||Introduction : 'Constitutional law versus justices' justice'
The introduction of the 1844 Master and Servant Bill : 'the statutes relating to master and servant are nearly useless'
The defeat of the 1844 Master and Servant Bill : 'triumph for Labour! ... the damnable bill crushed!'
Trade union legal challenges to master and servant prosecutions : 'the value of the law when honestly administered'
The Warrington cases, 1846-1847 : 'he might almost as well be without trial'
Trades of Sheffield against Dr. Wilson Overend, 1842-1847 : 'I hope his prescriptions are better than his law'
The reform of Magistrates' Summary Jurisdiction, 1843-1854 : 'the imperious necessity of affording greater protection to justices'
The trades of Staffordshire against T.B. Rose, 1842-1851 : 'let but one of them come before me and I'll commit him'
Conclusion : 'We certainly ought not to let a mere technical slip ... decide such a case'
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