By Michael Grossberg
A Judgment for Solomon tells the tale of the d'Hauteville case, a arguable baby custody conflict fought in 1840. It makes use of the tale of 1 couple's sour struggle over their son to discover a few timebound and undying gains of yank criminal tradition. This eagerly trial sparked a countrywide debate over the criminal rights and tasks of mother and father, husbands and other halves. The d'Hauteville case explains why well known trials develop into "precedents of felony experience"-- mediums for debates approximately hugely contested social matters. It additionally demonstrates the facility of person men and women to give a contribution to criminal switch through turning to the legislation to struggle for what they wish.
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He had chosen his brother Leonces as godfather, and suggested that she select one of her sisters as godmother. As tokens of respect for his parents, he wanted to add either Eric or Aimee to the child's name. Adhering to traditional gender customs, he instructed that if Ellen bore a son, he wanted the boy named Alois, "a name dear to every citizen of Switzerland"; and that she should choose the name for a daughter. "55 In other letters to Ellen and to David Sears, Gonzalve continued to seek both reconciliation and recognition of his family rights.
No doubt like many other elite fathers in the period, Sears resolved the conflicting pressures he felt between the dictates of romantic love and the patriarchal duty of arranging Entering the Law's Shadow 9 marriages by trying to influence the mate choice of his children in a subtle rather than dictatorial fashion. 11 Magnus seemed to suffer no such problems. He fought for the best financial arrangement confident in Gonzalve's choice and in his son's willingness to accept whatever arrangement he could work out.
13 Ellen's fears disclose one of many instances in which her experiences with Gonzalve led her to voice concerns common to many other women of the time. Honor was hardly a male monopoly. Ellen's feminine sense of honor matched the intensity and seriousness of the much more visible masculine code of honorable behavior. For her, like other women, honor produced a finely honed sense of duty and manners. Keeping promises headed the list. And no promise was more important than a pledge to marry. Breaking such a pledge was the most serious transgression a woman could commit.
A Judgment for Solomon: The d'Hauteville Case and Legal Experience in Antebellum America by Michael Grossberg