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Fleming on Two Centuries of Policing Swindles and Humbugs @GeorgetownLaw

Anne Fleming, Georgetown University Law Center, has published Two Centuries of Policing Swindles and Humbugs at 46 Reviews in American History 217 (2018). Here is the abstract. Since the 1860s, when P.T. Barnum, the self-described Prince of Humbug, practiced his … Continue reading

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Kerr on Aesthetic Play and Bad Intent @GeorgetownLaw

Andrew Jensen Kerr, Georgetown University Law Center, is publishing Aesthetic Play and Bad Intent in Minneosta Law Review Headnotes (2018) (forthcoming). Here is the abstract. Threatening words or images are assumed by American courts to be non-art. But this threshold … Continue reading

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