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December 09, 2013


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City guy? A corn crib is a granary. Corn is stored there.

Brando Simeo Starkey

Ha! That makes a lot more sense. Yup, city guy.

Greg Sergienko

It's such a different treatment, but you might be interested in In My Father's Court by Isaac Bashevis Singer, a biographical treatment of a rabbinical court. Robert Nozick mentioned it in one of his books as an example of a norms set up voluntarily. Of course it doesn't involve people of color, but Jews in Warsaw at that time would certainly qualify as a marginalized community.

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