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Monroe Freedman and the Morality of Dishonesty: Multidimensional Legal Ethics as a Cold War Imperative

Well before the turn of the last century, Monroe Henry Freedman’s place in the history of legal ethics had been established. Often, he would be introduced by reference to professional honors. Audiences would be told, for instance, that he had … Continue reading

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