BITS & BRIEFS: Historical perspectives on modern finance // Social Insurance isn’t Socialism // Blocking Class Action lawsuits by Wall Street // Failure of equal employment laws in Japan

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One Response to BITS & BRIEFS: Historical perspectives on modern finance // Social Insurance isn’t Socialism // Blocking Class Action lawsuits by Wall Street // Failure of equal employment laws in Japan

  1. Thank You Oleg Komlik, for the references and links in this article. The N.Y. Times article on “Arbitration Everywhere: Stacking the Deck of Justice”, and its references to Chief Justice Roberts helps me understand why “Stare Decisis” doesn’t follow from William O. Douglas’s opinion in U.S. versus Columbia Steel, where Douglas wrote: “… Power that controls the economy belongs in the hands of the People, not an industrial oligarchy; not subject to the whims of a few self-appointed men. …”

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