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Departing from traditional approaches to colonial legal history, Mary Sarah Bilder argues that American law and legal culture developed within the framework of an evolving, unwritten transatlantic constitution that lawyers, legislators, and litigants on both sides of the Atlantic understood. The central tenet of this constitution - that colonial laws and customs could not be repugnant to the laws of England but could diverge for local circumstances - shaped the legal development of the colonial world.