Anthony D'Amato Northwestern University

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    Anthony D'Amato & No Other Author (2006). The Contribution of the Infield Fly Rule to Western Civilization. Northwestern University Law Review 100 (1):189-199.
    Baseball's Infield Fly Rule is one of the most hotly contested topics in American law today. A recent major-league addition to the burgeoning literature is Neil B. Cohen and Spencer Weber Waller's thorough and exhausting analysis of the rule's conceptual roots in the jurisprudence of the past one hundred years. Yet their assumption that nothing of significance happened prior to the twentieth century ignores much significance that happened prior to the twentieth century. For example, despite the fact that the authors (...)
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    Anthony D'Amato (1991). Review Essay / Torture asRaison D'État. Criminal Justice Ethics 10 (1):40-44.
    Lawrence Weschler, A Miracle, A Universe: Settling Accounts with Torturers New York: Pantheon, 1990, ix + 293 pp.
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    A. D'Amato (1981). Lon Fuller and Substantive Natural Law. American Journal of Jurisprudence 26 (1):202-218.
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  4. Anthony D'Amato (1972). The Relevance of Machiavelli to Contemporary World Politics. In Niccolò Machiavelli & Anthony Parel (eds.), The Political Calculus. [Toronto]University of Toronto Press 223.
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  5. Benjamin Baiser & Anthony D'Amato, Hemlock.
    The Eastern Hemlock, massive and majestic, has played a unique role in structuring northeastern forest environments, from Nova Scotia to Wisconsin and through the Appalachian Mountains to North Carolina, Tennessee, and Alabama. A “foundation species” influencing all the species in the ecosystem surrounding it, this iconic North American tree has long inspired poets and artists as well as naturalists and scientists. Five thousand years ago, the hemlock collapsed as a result of abrupt global climate change. Now this iconic tree faces (...)
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