In the time I have here with you today I would like to offer the beginnings of an answer. It does not lie in the distance between the court’s traditions and Manton’s conduct. That would be too easy. At base, I think the answer lies in something far more subtle and interesting: the relationship between acentral tradition of the Second Circuit and one of the great questions we face...
INTRODUCTION: CONSTRAINT, AUTHORITY, AND THE RULE OF LAW IN A FEDERAL CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS John Fabian Witt* One hundred and twenty-five years ago, during the little-remembered presidency of Benjamin
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Review by an authorized administrator of Digital COUNTERINSURGENCY DAMAGES John Fabian Witt* "Money is ammunition." Manual, 2007' -U.S. Army & Marine Corps, CounterinsurgencyField "Services: Death of ... , supranote 131 ; see also von Zeilbauer, supranote 8 . 143. See H. LAURENCE ROSS , SETTLED OUT OF COURT: THE SOCIAL PROCESS OF INSURANCE CLAIMS ADJUSTMENT 232-34 ( 1980 ) ; Samuel Issacharoff & John Fabian
an earlier version of this article. This article is an edited version of the oral presentation given by John Fabian Witt at the September 19-20, 2005 Legal Scholarship Symposium honoring Nadine ... Strossen and her work as a scholar and activist. 1. John Fabian Witt, Crystal Eastman and the InternationalistBeginnings of American Civil Liberties, 54 Duke L.J. 705, 709 (2004). What I would like to try
DUKE LAW JOURNAL CRYSTAL EASTMAN AND THE INTERNATIONALIST BEGINNINGS OF AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES JOHN FABIAN WITT 0 1 0 Associate Professor of Law, Columbia University. Many thanks to Michael ... , USA 1 Copyright © 2004 by John Fabian Witt The modern American civil liberties movement famously began with the United States's intervention in World War I. Yet these beginnings have long raised a