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Friday Roundup, June 28th

  • Arbitration has obviously been in the news lately with the Court recently upholding in America Express v. Italian Colors that arbitration clause class action waivers are enforceable despite the high costs of bringing an individual claim in many instances. In our Books section this week, Jim Chen’s essay “Arbitration as an Article of Constitutional Faith” reviews Peter Rutledge’s Arbitration and the Constitution. Chen focuses on the tension between the procedural rights of the Constitution and arbitration itself.
  • Sean Trende challenges the leading lights of the Stupid party: Parts I, II, III.
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on June 30, 2013 at 10:32:58 am

We have entered the age of the Adoration of the State, and the various midgets who either administer it or praise and welcome it. And let us not forget the slugs not paying attention. It will worsen. You could see it coming but what is at least a mild surprise is the debased nature of it's advocates, more so an Administration deliberately oblivious to the most tenuous hint of morals, law, and the nations history. Truly sad.

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