Thursday, July 4, 2013

Weiner's Worlds of Law

Over on Worlds of Law, Marc Weiner, a former guest blogger, has three interesting posts:
  • Sharp's Numbers, about Blackstone's Commentaries and a book owned by Granville Sharp housed in the Yale rare books collection 
  • Maine Meets Maine, a video reflection on the historical significance of the cattle pound, joining the State of Maine and Henry Sumner Maine.
  • A thread on E.B. White and international law, and more generally about certain characteristics of the midcentury legal imagination.  The final post is "Why International Law is Like Webster's Third Dictionary (at least, for E.B. White)."

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