The New Year is a time to ask big questions, to put nagging issues and concerns into perspective, and to chart a course which, perhaps, will make the world a more elegant place in which to live and work. So I ask this question on the cusp of 2010. It is a question that has been on my mind for the past few years. I simply have not had the courage to ask it. Was Monroe v. Pape wrongly decided?
One Hand Clapping
A Landmark Decision Is Frequently Ignored
The Connecticut Law Tribune
January 4, 2010
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