Further to revisit Colorado

George, Robert P.
March 1997
Academic Questions;Spring97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p63
Academic Journal
Comments on the gross abuse of scholarship by professor Martha Nussbaum in her testimony in Colorado Amendment 2 trial. Nussbaum's falsehoods and distortions: Unfamiliarity with formal requirements and constraints of legal procedures; Nussbaum's laughable sworn testimony.


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