Monthly Archives: July 2012

Reflections on Slavery and the Constitution: The Lost Cause Transformed

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Reflections on Slavery and the Constitution: The Confederate Constitution

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A Loyola School of Law Faculty Progress Report

George Anastaplo This memorandum is in response to a request for accounts of faculty works-in-progress that may be useful for the Dean’s Annual Report. My work this summer was anticipated by a talk to a Chinese Reunification group here in … Continue reading

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September Eleventh, A Citizen’s Response (Continued Further)

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Opus Publicum: Anastaplo

by modestinus George Anastaplo may be the greatest unheralded legal scholar of the last 50 years, and I say this as someone who has been unable to fully acclimate to Anastaplo’s moralistic vision of not just the United States, but Western … Continue reading

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Anastaplo, our own Socrates

By Leon M. Despres Chicago Daily News, March 6, 1976 HUMAN BEING AND CITIZEN: Essays on Virtue, Freedom and the Common Good, by George Anastaplo (Swallow Press, 1975). Socrates of Athens might have found Chicago inhospitable to his career of … Continue reading

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George Anastaplo’s Initial Responses to the September Eleventh Attacks

These initial responses, during the first week after the September Eleventh attacks, are included at pages 136-144 of volume 29 of the Oklahoma City University Law Review (2004). They are part of George Anastaplo’s two hundred-page collection “September Eleventh, the … Continue reading

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