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The Music of the Laws

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  • Full Title: The Music of the Laws
  • Author(s): Daniel Kornstein, foreword by Robert H. Bork
  • Year Published: 1982
  • Publisher: Everest House Publishers
  • Publication Type: Commercial
  • ISBN-10: 0-89696-185-0 (hardcover)
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  • Description: This book is a set of essays on legal theory by Kornstein.


Chapters significantly related to Ayn Rand or Objectivism are indicated in bold.

  1. Two Concepts of LIberty in Constitutional Law
  2. The Supreme Court and the New Formalism
  3. Judicial Review
  4. Mr. Marbury and the All-Stars
  5. Legal Fundamentalism
  6. The Ages of American Law
  7. Raising the Titanic
  8. Ayn Rand's Legal World
  9. Pro Bono Magnifico
  10. The Morality of Contract
  11. Teaching, Scholarship, and Truth
  12. The Music of the Laws
  13. Law and Hermeneutics
  14. Mencken on Holmes
  15. Holmes Common Law at One Hundred
  16. The Theorems of Holmes and Gödel
  17. The Changing Reputation of Louis Brandeis
  18. Felix Frankfurter
  19. Earl Warren
  20. William O. Douglas
  21. Justice Stewart's Craft
  22. Abe Fortas
  23. Fred Rodell's Swan Song
  24. Military Law
  25. War Crimes
  26. Legal Humor
  27. The Other Holmes
  28. Race, Sex, and the Law Review
  29. Judge's Dilemma
  30. Boxing and the Legal Process
  31. Inherited Wealth and the Constitution
  32. Marriage as a Business Enterprise

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