Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Einhorn & Finkle, Finkle & Einhorn, McConnell & Furman, Furman & McConnell...

Like the NY Times has its "corrections" section, here's a correction for those so interested:
Furman v. Georgia, the case in which the SCOTUS in 1972 found capital punishment, at least as applied in that case, violated the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments, is no longer the longest Court opinion in history; that distinction now belongs to Senator McConnell's failed attempt to overturn McCain-Feingold.

Just for the case anyone cares.



At 6:17 AM, Blogger Douglas said...

Imteresting -- and good to know. ;-)

At 7:34 PM, Blogger Chris said...

Correcting professors anonymously. Hmmm. ;-)

At 11:32 PM, Blogger Allen said...

Can one be "quasi-anonymous?" perhaps "pseudo-anonymous?"

If so, that's me. Then again, let's be honest here: if you read this, and DAB read this, well then that means that four people total have probably seen this blog (including the random anonymous comment poster several posts back).



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