Alan G. Gless, district court judge of the Fifth Judicial District of Nebraska, has published in Nebraska Law Review, Behavioral Science and Law, and the American Journal of Legal History.
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In the aftermath of the Civil War, legislators in the Nebraska Territory grappled with the responsibility of forming a state government as well as with the larger issues of reconstructing the Union, protecting civil rights, and redefining federal-state relations. In the years that followed, Nebraskans coped with regional and national economic collapses. Nebraska women struggled for full recognition in the legal profession.
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