This work is a collection of essays on the growth of tort law concepts of negligence, fault, and liability in response to the industrialization of the nineteenth century. The articles assess the distributive economic consequences of tort law and its effectiveness in protecting average citizens.Indeed, where X enters land which he reasonably believes to be his own land, and it turns out to belong to Y, then X is ... I am concerned only with liability for harm which defendants caused to others under circumstances where they did not anbsp;...
|Title||:||Tort Law in American History|
|Publisher||:||Articles-Garlan - 1987|