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February 09, 2016


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Paul Horwitz

I haven't read it, and perhaps you already have, but if not you might take a look at Christine Desan's book Making Money.

Captain Hruska Carswell, Continuance King

"Thinking a lot about Kim Davis," Huh? I hope that's under the covers in a dark room at night with door closed. Don't tell anybody, ok?

Jeff Redding

Paul, thanks for the suggestion; I will definitely take a look at it. There is actually a lot on this topic out there, but little of it in typical 'legal scholarship' places--a topic in itself.

Captain Hruska Carswell, Continuance King

Legal scholarship and Kim Davis is an oxymoron. She did not create a constitutional controversy. There was no great question or balance of rights here. She took a personal opinion and perverted and twisted it into religious liberty. Nobody was violating HER personal liberty or beliefs. If she belongs in any book, its the Darwin Award Series right next to the guy who put a jet engine on his 1967 Impala.

Joe Welling

Your talk at the symposium piqued my interest. Now this. I look forward to reading the paper about paper!

Bill Turnier

A Nation of Counterfitters, by Mihn, Harvard University Press (2007) is an interesting scholarly book that primarily deals with the chaos of the pre-Civil War era and the profusion of state chartered banks issuance of paper currency.

Jeff Redding

Bill: A belated thank you for your reading suggestion; I'll be sure to check it out!

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