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The Wisconsin Idea and legal research : from the ASSA to Willard HurstLogin to Save
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- Creator by Christopher L. Tomlins
- Format Videos, Slides, Films
- Publication [Madison, Wis.] : [University of Wisconsin Law School], 
- 1 videocassette (60 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in
- OCLC ocm60410255
- In this talk Dr. Tomlins traces the intellectual origins of the Wisconsin Idea to the first sustained encounters of law with social science in post-Civil War United States. (The American Social Science Association (ASSA) was established in 1865.) He then explores two twentieth century variations on the Wisconsin Idea: the law and economics scholarship of John R. Commons, and the law and society scholarship of Willard Hurst.
- Title from program announcement on University of Wisconsin Law School's website.
- Address given at University of Wisconsin Law School, Apr. 26, 2005.
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