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Publications

Introduction, Jews and the Law
2014, Victoria Saker Woeste, Quid Pro Books
Henry Ford's War on Jews and the Legal Battle Against Hate Speech
6/27/2012, Victoria Saker Woeste, Stanford University Press
“Lawrence Friedman and the Bane of Functionalism”
2011, Victoria Saker Woeste, Cambridge University Press
“Louis Marshall”
2009, Victoria Saker Woeste, Yale University Press
“Group Libel”
2008, Victoria Saker Woeste, Congressional Quarterly Press
“Agriculture and the State, 1790-2000”
2008, Victoria Saker Woeste, Cambridge University Press
“Agricultural Regulation”
2008, Victoria Saker Woeste, Oxford University Press
“‘It Is Our Choices That Show What We Truly Are’: Moral Choice in the Harry Potter Novels”
1/25/2007, Victoria Saker Woeste, Mugglenet.com (without endnotes)
"Insecure Equality: Louis Marshall, Henry Ford, and the Problem of Defamatory Antisemitism, 1920-1929"
12/1/2004, Victoria Saker Woeste, Journal of American History
"The Farmer's Benevolent Trust: Law and Agricultural Cooperation in Industrial America, 1865-1945"
1998, Victoria Saker Woeste, University of North Carolina Press (Studies in Legal History Series)
“The Civil Rights Law Practice of Louis Marshall, 1894-1929”
Forthcoming, Victoria Saker Woeste, Quid Pro Books
Review of "M. M. Silver, Louis Marshall and the Rise of Jewish Ethnicity in America"
Forthcoming, Victoria Saker Woeste, American Jewish Archives Journal
“California Lawyer: Aaron Sapiro and the Progressive Vision of Public Service”
Forthcoming, Victoria Saker Woeste, Journal of the California Supreme Court Historical Society
“Divided Citizenship: Debates over Inclusion and Qualification during the Interwar Period”
Forthcoming, Victoria Saker Woeste, Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the Center for the Study of Citizenship
“Louis Marshall and the Jurisprudence of Economic Conservatism, 1894-1929”
Forthcoming, Victoria Saker Woeste, Quid Pro Books
Fiscal Policy in the Federal System
Forthcoming, Victoria Saker Woeste, Law and Social Inquiry
From Henry Ford to Fred Phelps: The Implications of Group Libel in an Age of Mass Communication
Forthcoming, Victoria Saker Woeste, Law and Social Inquiry

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