Southern Slavery and the Law, 1619-1860 by Thomas D. Morris (Paperback, 1999)

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Specifically, Morris demonstrates that there was no coherent body of law that dealt solely with slaves. According to Morris, southern lawmakers and judges struggled to reconcile a social order based on slavery with existing English common law (or, in Louisiana, with continental civil law).