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Parts II and III discuss the practical problem with prohibitory remedies, that they are in fact inadequate to the tasks the critics have posited for them. Parts IV and V present the normative justification for a remedial system that relegates prohibitory remedies, and thus full compensation, to a secondary role.
The Fallacy of Full Compensation,
73 Wash. U. L. Q. 145
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