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86th University Of Notre Dame Commencement, University Of Notre Dame Aug 1931

86th University Of Notre Dame Commencement, University Of Notre Dame

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86th University of Notre Dame Commencement Program

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86th University Of Notre Dame Commencement, University Of Notre Dame Jun 1931

86th University Of Notre Dame Commencement, University Of Notre Dame

Commencement Programs

86th University of Notre Dame Commencement Program


What Will Become Of Prohibition, Clarence Emmett Manion Jan 1931

What Will Become Of Prohibition, Clarence Emmett Manion

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Because of the substantial minority support for Prohibition and the Eighteenth Amendment, this article suggests that it would difficult, if not impossible, to repeal the amendment despite the fact that 3 in 5 Americans would support its repeal. The article looks at potential options of lessening the impact of the Eighteenth Amendment, including removing penalties for it, repealing State enforcement acts, and forbidding nullification of search warrant requirements. Finally, it looks at the quality of liquor as a solution to an "unusually interesting" and "ultimately worthwhile" problem.


Review Of The Constitution And What It Means Today By Edward S. Corwin, Clarence Emmett Manion Jan 1931

Review Of The Constitution And What It Means Today By Edward S. Corwin, Clarence Emmett Manion

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This is the fourth edition of a small and practical volume intended not so much for law students as for the information of the general public. Students of Constitutional Law will -find this book helpful in pursuing the study of the Constitution in its natural sequence, a procedure that is well-nigh impossible in the ordinary law courses dealing with the subject of Constitutional Law.


The Case System--A Defense, Thomas Frank Konop Jan 1931

The Case System--A Defense, Thomas Frank Konop

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This article is a constructive criticism of the Case System of instruction in law schools across the country. Thomas Frank Konop explores the idea that the principles deduced from case study "stick" longer in the student's mind.


Review Of Cases On Constitutional Law By Dudley O. Mcgovney, Clarence Emmett Manion Jan 1931

Review Of Cases On Constitutional Law By Dudley O. Mcgovney, Clarence Emmett Manion

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This is an up-to-date case book sufficiently condensed to make it serviceable with certain discriminating eliminations for semester courses in Constitutional Law. The most decided advantage that a case book on Constitutional Law can have is flexibility of outline. Professor McGovney's text has this feature.


Review Of The Power To Please By J. W. Donovan, Thomas Frank Konop Jan 1931

Review Of The Power To Please By J. W. Donovan, Thomas Frank Konop

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This little book of sixty pages edited by H. L. Herschberg and dedicated to Henry Ford contains more meat than volumes many times its size. It contains quotations from the best and many interesting experiences and stories of this grand old lawyer. It is full of suggestions to lawyers and speakers and professional men in general.