Empire of Law and Indian Justice in Colonial Mexico

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Empire of Law shows how seventeenth-century Indian claimants, by litigating and petitioning before Mexico City tribunals, became full participants in an early modern cosmopolitan legality that gave rise to a colonial politics of justice that struggled, with some success, against the utter degradation of subject peoples.

Empire of Law and Indian Justice in Colonial Mexico 2011, Stanford University Press

ISBN-13: 9780804776622

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Empire of Law and Indian Justice in Colonial Mexico 2008, Stanford University Press, Stanford, CA

ISBN-13: 9780804758635

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