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A Newly Progressive Political Economy?

Sabeel Rahman, Democracy Against Domination (2016). Rosalind Dixon In Democracy Against Domination, Sabeel Rahman has written a book for our time: a serious intellectual effort to grapple with the problems posed by rising economic inequality and concentration of power, and the role … Continue reading

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Newly discovered map shows what internet looked like in 1973

What the Entire Internet Looked Like in 1973: An Old Map Gets Found in a Pile of Research Papers – “Modern “maps” of the internet can indeed look like sprawling clusters of star systems, pulsing with light and color. But the … Continue reading

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Guide to Navigating the Holidays for the Newly Divorced

Guide to Navigating the Holidays for the Newly Divorced Getting Through the Stress of Your Divorce   Since the beginning of the 20th century, divorce rates have steadily risen, making an even greater leap in the 1970’s when no-fault divorce … Continue reading

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CSA issues relief from newly enacted "Canadian permitted client" restrictions

Earlier this week, all CSA members except the OSC issued blanket orders to provide interim relief from the new restrictions on registration exemptions for international dealers and international advisers found in the July 2011 amendments to NI 31-103. As such, … Continue reading

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35 U.S.C. § 102 (newly amended by the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act of 2011)

As a site for referral and contemplation, I wanted to include the text of the newly drafted statute 35 U.S.C. § 102. Sec. 102. Conditions for patentability; novelty (a) Novelty; Prior Art- A person shall be entitled to a patent … Continue reading

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