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In the remarks that follow, I shall try to accomplish two tasks. First, to the extent possible, I should like to place Shelley in its historical context and, in some measure, present the case as it was seen by those who witnessed or participated in the decision. Second, I shall attempt to throw some light on why the theoretical issues called forth by these cases are difficult.
Francis A. Allen,
Remembering Shelley v. Kraemer: Of Public and Private Worlds,
67 Wash. U. L. Q. 709
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