76: Brutality
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September 25, 2015
We start with, among other things, some decidedly negative feedback. But then we’re joined by the endlessly fascinating Al Brophy to discuss the history of slavery, Nat Turner’s rebellion and its aftermath, Thomas Cobb and pro- and anti-slavery intellectuals and judges, whether we should revere our Constitution, and what to do with symbols and monuments to the cause of slavery. This show’s links: Al Brophy’s faculty profile and writing Jack Ewing, Volkswagen Says 11 Million Cars Worldwide Are Affected in Diesel Deception Oral Argument 41: Sense-Think-Act (guest Ryan Calo) The 30th Annual Technology Law Institute, at which we will be recording an episode as part of the program Marco Arment, Just Doesn’t Feel Good, about pulling his top-ranked ad-blocking app from the App Store Oral Argument 74: Minimum Curiosity (guest Amanda Frost) Rick Hasen’s ELB Podcast and UCI Law Talks, a show featuring UC Irvine law professors Robert Cover, Justice Accused State v. Mann Harriet Beecher Stowe, Dred: A Tale of the Great…