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July 23, 2004


Featured discussion wrapped up!

Our July featured discussion between Michael Krauss and Walter Olson is now wrapped up! As Professor Krauss put it, the discussion touches on "so many iceberg tips from the nature of the judicial function, to the nature of the Common Law, to the grounding of the Second Amendment." I encourage anyone interested on any of these topics to take a look.

I know I've been enlightened by both contributors. As someone who is devoted to helping fix the tort law that, in Michael's words, "is in serious need of fixes in America today," as well as a sometime gun nut and former competitive shotgun shooter, I took special interest in this discussion. I have lots of thoughts -- and lots of questions -- which I'll formulate at a later time.

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