By Thomas S. Kidd
Thomas Kidd, a generally revered student of colonial historical past, deftly deals either intensity and breadth during this obtainable, introductory textual content at the American Colonial period. Interweaving basic records and new scholarship with a shiny narrative reconstructing the lives of ecu colonists, Africans, and local american citizens and their encounters in colonial North the US, Kidd bargains clean views on those occasions and the interval as an entire. This compelling quantity is prepared round issues of faith and clash, and unusual via its incorporation of an extended geographic frame.
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May 16, 1911. , January 1 5 , 1 9 1 1 . For alleged instances of bribery, see G. A. Rein miller, "West vs Reardon," Sturms, Vol. IX (February, 1910), 35-36. In com menting on enforcement, Caldwell pointed up a significant problem voiced by more than one officer. On many occasions when bootleggers were convicted, especially in city courts, they appealed their cases to county court, thus plac ing financial responsibility upon the county. Confronted by such a number of these cases, many prosecuting attorneys of the counties often dismissed them in the face of more important matters.
The proper respect for the law could only develop through uniform enforcement : 9 Daily Oklahoman, January 8, 1 9 1 1 . 10 For comments on the proposed legislation, see American Issue, January, To permit one sort of enforcement in Oklahoma County, another in Muskogee County, and still another sort in Carter County, amounts in the end to no enforcement. Laws statewide in their application should be statewide in their enforcement, and what is prohibited by state laws in Muskogee County should be prohibited in Oklahoma County and in every other county.
Rein miller, "West vs Reardon," Sturms, Vol. IX (February, 1910), 35-36. In com menting on enforcement, Caldwell pointed up a significant problem voiced by more than one officer. On many occasions when bootleggers were convicted, especially in city courts, they appealed their cases to county court, thus plac ing financial responsibility upon the county. Confronted by such a number of these cases, many prosecuting attorneys of the counties often dismissed them in the face of more important matters.
American Colonial History: Clashing Cultures and Faiths by Thomas S. Kidd