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A Study in Naiveté—A Confession of Sorts

George Anastaplo Dare to be naïve. —Buckminster Fuller (1975) Prologue              I presume to provide on this occasion (a few hours before the Greek Orthodox Easter) a confession of my serial indulgences in naiveté. Perhaps … Continue reading

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Robert Bork Revisited

George Anastaplo To the Editor, The New York Times Re “Robert Bork, Romney Standard-Bearer” (Editorial, April 27, 2012). My University of Chicago Law School classmate is attacked in your editorial for his “extreme views.” However, Mr. Bork’s criticism of the … Continue reading

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Letter to the Editor – The New York Times – September 17, 2009

Ladies and Gentlemen: It is curious that the more astute Members of the United States Senate have not, long ago, repudiated that Body’s 60-member-filibuster-cloture rule. The justification for the filibuster, as traditionally understood, had been that it permitted a Senator … Continue reading

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