Baseball and the American Legal Mind

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Spencer Weber Waller, Neil B. Cohen, Paul Finkelman
Taylor & Francis, 1995 - History - 525 pages
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Contents

Iatruduction
3
Rethinking the Applicahility of Evideatiary Rules
32
A Pine Tar Gioss on QuasiLegal Images
45
The Unique
76
Gardella n Chandler
82
Toulson n New York Yankees
96
When the Commissioner Was the Law or When
265
The Greening of Majur
271
Pittsbargh Athletic Co n KQVBroudeasting Co
386
Theory and Metaphor
407
Dennis Martinez and the Uses of Theory
415
On Eoroceatric Myopis the Designated Hitter Rule
423
Yoor LawBasehall Quiz
431
Ecror Bchind the Plate and in the
451
Basehall and the Lngal Profession
467
Vecrone
476

Viulating the Athletes
303
Uniform Players Coatract The National League
314
Changing Citics
321
Images of Basehall
347
PostSeason Play
503
TripleA Material 619
519
Copyright

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Paul Finkelman, PhD, is President William McKinley Distinguished Professor of Law and Public Policy and Senior Fellow, Government Law Center at Albany Law School. His published work includes Praeger's "Terrorism, Government, and Law: National Authority and Local Autonomy in the War on Terror".

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