I’m sorry II

Larry Ribstein —  20 September 2010

Likewise.  I don’t retract a word of my prior post, in which I ventured to suggest that economic arguments might substitute for personal attacks.  If the comments to this blog over the last week represent the state of the discussion we are having about economic policy, then I truly fear for this country’s future.

Larry Ribstein

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Professor of Law, University of Illinois College of Law

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