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Posner’s Folly: The End of Legal Pragmatism and Coercion’s Clarity

cannot be, and should not be, prevented from influencing the formulation and enforcement of law—they cannot any more than social attitudes toward, say, dogs and other animals can, or should, be prevented from influencing scientists’ attitudes toward animals. I suspect the choice of rats for so much scientific experimentation is not a purely scientific one. But when they impair the precision needed, these influences necessarily become negative in both spheres, the legal and the scientific. Unfortunately, judges do not rigidly distinguish between the simple application

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Founding-Era Socialism: The Original Meaning of the Constitution’s Postal Clause

76. and one of the purposes of the packet boat. Id . at 94-96. Congress’s 1782 ordinance contained no limits on weight, other than those inherent in the cost of postage. There were no restrictions, other than those of practicality, on what was carried. British riders and stage coaches transported—indeed, in some cases franked—items as diverse as dogs and cattle; stockings, lace, and other clothes; medicines, tea, and bacon. Id . at 96 (listing items). The list also includes “Two maid servants going as laundresses to my Lord Ambassador Methuen”—whether indentured

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Obligations Related to the Transportation of pet Animals (Eu Legislation) / Povinnosti Súvisiace S Prepravou Spoločenských Zvierat (Európska Legislatíva)

577/2013 on the model identifi cation documents for non-commercial movement of dogs, cats and ferret, the establishment of the lists of territories and third countries and the format, layout and language requirements of the declarations attesting compliance with certain conditions provided for in Regulation (EU) No 576/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council. Available at: [Accessed 28 January 2015]. 4. Checks on the imports of live animals. Available at

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Identity and Sense of Place of Ghajar Residents Living in Border Junction of Syria, Israel and Lebanon

:// Kaufman, A. (2001). Who owns the Shebaa farms? Chronicles of a territorial dispute. The Middle East Journal, 56, 4, 576-596. Kaufman, A. (2009). “Let Sleeping Dogs Lie”: On Ghajar and other anomalies in the Syria-Lebanon-Israel triborder region. The Middle East Journal, 63, 4, 539-560. Khatib, A. & Khatib, J. (1990). Qaryati wa al-Ayam (My Village and the Ages). Nazareth, 9. Lazareva, I. (2015). Inside the village caught in the crossfire between Israel

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