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The impact of freedom of contract in the 19th century extended far beyond the legal arena as an economic slogan and an ethical attitude. Atiyah traces the development and subsequent decline of the freedom of contract, depicting its effects on the law's development and the foundation of contractual obligations, as well as its broader implications for 19th century English life.
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"A book of outstanding interest and of the very first importance....[It] is a major achievement of scholarship, a landmark in legal history and the study of the foundation of contractual obligations."--Juridical Review"The breadth and depth of Atiyah's interdisciplinary scholarship, the brilliant treatment of complex movements of thought, flashing with insights and suggestions for further research, all justify the highest praise."--British Journal of Law and Society"An essential reference work."--Victorian Studies "A book of outstanding interest and of the very first importance....[It] is a major achievement of scholarship, a landmark in legal history and the study of the foundation of contractual obligations."--Juridical Review "The breadth and depth of Atiyah's interdisciplinary scholarship, the brilliant treatment of complex movements of thought, flashing with insights and suggestions for further research, all justify the highest praise."--British Journal of Law and Society "An essential reference work."--Victorian Studies "A book of outstanding interest and of the very first importance....[It] is a major achievement of scholarship, a landmark in legal history and the study of the foundation of contractual obligations."--Juridical Review "The breadth and depth of Atiyah's interdisciplinary scholarship, the brilliant treatment of complex movements of thought, flashing with insights and suggestions for further research, all justify the highest praise."--British Journal of Law and Society "An essential reference work."--Victorian Studies "A book of outstanding interest and of the very first importance....[It] is a major achievement of scholarship, a landmark in legal history and the study of the foundation of contractual obligations."--Juridical Review"The breadth and depth of Atiyah's interdisciplinary scholarship, the brilliant treatment of complex movements of thought, flashing with insights and suggestions for further research, all justify the highest praise."--British Journal of Law and Society"An essential reference work."--Victorian Studies

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