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William Stuntz: Crime and Punishment and the Fight Against Racial Injustice

William Stuntz was a socially conservative evangelical Christian whose fight for race allied him across all political systems.

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The Need to Punish Corporate Criminals

Halliburton’s recent “punishment” after admitting that it destroyed evidence related to the 2010 BP oil spill is the very reason The Hill’s Ronald Goldfarb says that the “legal fiction that corporations are entities that are distinct from the parties running them” makes for terrible public policy.

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Ex-Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling’s Prison Sentence Reduced

As the former CEO of Enron, Skilling played a major role in what’s been called “one of the biggest corporate scandals ever.” But because of a deal reached with federal prosecutors Friday, he’ll get out of prison 10 years early.

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Archbishop Chides Blair on Iraq

The archbishop of Canterbury has some choice words for Tony Blair. The public intellectual criticized Blair’s lack of empathy and his defensive posturing regarding recent inquiries into the Iraq war, declaring the former prime minister to be “one of the most un-Dostoevskian characters in Britain.” Ouch.

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