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When Oral Arguments Matter

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When Oral Arguments Matter It is often said among appellate litigators that oral arguments rarely affect the outcome of a case. The written arguments—the briefs—are the coin of the realm. Perhaps for that reason, most analysts of the marathon five-hour […]

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‘Competitive Consumption’

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‘Competitive Consumption’ Reviewed: The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, October 10, 2022–January 8, 2023; the Cleveland Museum of Art, February 26–May 14, 2023; and the Legion of […]

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In the House that Bibi Built

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In the House that Bibi Built Now that Benjamin Netanyahu is poised to return to the prime minister’s residence, the miscalculations of the fractious bloc that momentarily displaced him appear in stark relief. Over the course of five elections since […]

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The Melancholy of Anatomy

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The Melancholy of Anatomy Reviewed: Frederik Ruysch and His Thesaurus Anatomicus: A Morbid Guide edited by Joanna Ebenstein MIT Press, 253 pp., $34.95 Almost every day between 1703 and 1730, Frederik Ruysch’s home at Bloemgracht 15, a narrow, four-story townhouse […]

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#FreeAlaa

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#FreeAlaa I want to believe that everyone knows the facts of this story by now. Alaa Abd el-Fattah, forty years old, British-Egyptian dual national, computer programmer, human rights advocate, and father to a ten-year-old. Currently languishing in an Egyptian prison, […]