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Hyland Hyland said: " We in the 1960s were exactly like John Knox. Where does the justification of revolutionary action come from? God, through out conscience. So why weren't we exactly in the Puritan tradition? "

 
The Autumn of the...
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Hyland Hyland said: " Just beginning. Get there through Walzer "

 
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Hyland Hyland said: " This is magnificent. It suddenly puts revolutionary thought into the perspective of those who are thinking those thoughts, and why. This has now led me to Walzer. "

 
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Gifts by Richard Hyland
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The book, slightly corrected and revised, will be out in paperback in mid December.
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The Nature of the Common Law by Melvin Aron Eisenberg
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This is a brilliant book. It's the most subtle and elegant attempt to explain the legitimacy of case adjudication in the common law. It's completely positive, optimistic. It finds a justification for every quirk in the system. Simple sentences. An in ...more
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The Revolution of the Saints by Michael Walzer
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We in the 1960s were exactly like John Knox. Where does the justification of revolutionary action come from? God, through out conscience. So why weren't we exactly in the Puritan tradition?
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The Autumn of the Middle Ages by Johan Huizinga
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Just beginning. Get there through Walzer
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Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy by Barrington Moore Jr.
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This is magnificent. It suddenly puts revolutionary thought into the perspective of those who are thinking those thoughts, and why. This has now led me to Walzer.
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Dialogue with Erik Erikson by Richard I. Evans
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Evans gets EE in dialogue to explain in simple sentences the eight stages of development and his views and a great many issues important to psychology. A simple one day read.
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One L by Scott Turow
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Well, OK. So he was a writer before he went to the law school. But there's something fake about the book. He explains too much. So it's not really a journal, since he's writing it for people who know nothing about law school, and it's not much of a j ...more
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The Paper Chase by John Jay Osborn Jr.
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This is a fabulous read. It's short, takes a day to read, and gets right to the point. It does the job so much more brilliantly and pungently than Turow's One L. This is the definitive book about the first year at the Harvard Law School. It really ma ...more
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