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The Borrower's Tale: A History Of Poor Debtors In Lochner Era New York City, Anne Fleming Nov 2012

The Borrower's Tale: A History Of Poor Debtors In Lochner Era New York City, Anne Fleming

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

This study adds to the recent scholarship on Progressivism in practice—fine-grained, place-based studies of reform at the local level—but focuses closely on the relationships among reformers, industry, and the law that an earlier generation of historians studied at the national level and outlined in broad brushstrokes. This study also builds upon the creditor-centered work of historians such as Mark H. Haller and John V. Alviti, but moves beyond their reliance upon distinctions and categories, such as those separating profit making credit providers from philanthropic credit providers, which were less important to borrowers than they have been for historians. In focusing …


The Aftermath Of 9/11: Reflections Of Michael A. Cardozo, Michael A. Cardozo Jan 2012

The Aftermath Of 9/11: Reflections Of Michael A. Cardozo, Michael A. Cardozo

NYLS Law Review

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The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Of 2001: Policy And Precedent, Kenneth R. Feinberg Jan 2012

The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Of 2001: Policy And Precedent, Kenneth R. Feinberg

NYLS Law Review

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