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A Common Law for the Age of Statutes (Oliver Wendell Holmes Lectures) Paperback – January 31, 1985

ISBN-13: 978-0674146051 ISBN-10: 0674146050 Edition: Reprint

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This is a genuinely original and thoughtful book, one of the few in the jurisprudential genre that is both dearly written and devoid of cliché. It addresses current social and legal issues from an engagingly fresh, nonpolemical, and erudite perspective. (American Bar Association Journal)

Calabresi has brought his ample juristic talents to bear on a foundational problem of the legal and democratic process...in its quality, timeliness and provocativeness [this book] is likely to stand alongside the seminal works of Ronald Dworkin and Grant Gilmore. (Columbia Law Review)

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