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Gender Equity In Athletics: The New Battleground Of Interscholastic Sports, Ray Yasser, Sam Schiller Jan 1997

Gender Equity In Athletics: The New Battleground Of Interscholastic Sports, Ray Yasser, Sam Schiller

Articles, Chapters in Books and Other Contributions to Scholarly Works

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Labor Or Antitrust - Let The Players Choose, Robert A. Mccormick Jan 1997

Labor Or Antitrust - Let The Players Choose, Robert A. Mccormick

Faculty Publications

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Law And Fancy, Robin West Jan 1997

Law And Fancy, Robin West

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

Martha Nussbaum's graceful book Poetic Justice is an elegant brief for the importance of our capacity for imaginative "fancy" to our moral and legal lives. Imaginative fancy, Nussbaum argues, allows us to know the internal substance and quality of the lives of others. It allows us to come to appreciate, to understand, to share, and ultimately to resist others' suffering. It is, in short, the means by which we come to care about the fate and happiness of others. It is a part, but not the whole, of our capacity to transcend a narcissistic and infantile egoism. It is ...


The Misunderstood Alliance Between Sports Fans, Players, And The Antitrust Laws, Stephen F. Ross Jan 1997

The Misunderstood Alliance Between Sports Fans, Players, And The Antitrust Laws, Stephen F. Ross

Journal Articles

The baseball strike and the ongoing hostilities between the players' association and owners have evoked criticism and frustration among fans and others. Although the players successfully defeated the owners' most recent attempts to reduce major league competition, the threat of future imposition of competitive restraints by the owners remains. In this article Professor Stephen F. Ross argues that blanket restraints on the market for players affirmatively inhibit on-the-field competition and consequently offend the Sherman Act.

The article begins with the proposition that monopsony - price-fixing behavior by buyers', rather than sellers' cartels - implicates the Sherman Act. Restraints on competition for players ...