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Interesting piece here. It turns out that an obscure philosopher was closer to the mark on Roberts!
Meanwhile, Brian Tamanaha (St. John's) has provocative remarks on the Supreme Court Term just concluded, as does Geoffrey Stone (Chicago).
Posted by Brian Leiter on June 29, 2007 at 11:59 AM in Of Academic Interest | Permalink
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