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G FORCE | JOEL RICHARD PAUL

Finding out about Founders

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / January 2, 2010

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Law professor Joel Richard Paul was minding his own business - i.e. researching a tome about the history of US law in international courts, looking for an anecdote that would capture the improvisational quality of American foreign policy at the start of the Republic - when he stumbled across two sentences about a Connecticut merchant named Silas Deane. “He was ... (Full article: 541 words)

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