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Movsesian on "The Dignity of Commerce" by Oman

Mark L. Movsesian (St. John's University School of Law) has posted Markets and Morals: The Limits of Doux Commerce (William and Mary Business Law Review (Forthcoming)) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: In this essay for a symposium on Professor Nathan Oman’s … Continue reading

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"The idea that [Steven] Pinker, a liberal, Jewish psychology professor, is a fan of a racist, anti-Semitic online movement is absurd on its face…"

"… so it might be tempting to roll your eyes and dismiss this blowup as just another instance of social media doing what it does best: generating outrage. But it’s actually a worthwhile episode to unpack, because it highlights a … Continue reading

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DACA Fix May be Costly — Funding "the Wall," Restricting Family Immigration, Eliminating Diversity Visas

The pressure builds for Congress to pass a DACA fix. But, according to news accounts, it appears that any relief for the DACA recipients will be costly. In an interview with the New York Times and a Friday morning tweet,… … Continue reading

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Johnson on "The Rise and Fall of American Growth" by Gordon

Calvin H. Johnson (University of Texas at Austin – School of Law) has posted Winter is Coming: Tax Policy for the Coming Bitter Hard Times: A Review of Robert J. Gordon, The Rise and Fall of American Growth (157 Tax Notes 851 … Continue reading

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