The Volokh Conspiracy: New York Times in 1924: ‘Hitler Tamed by Prison’

Diversity Newspeak: Hispanics are a ‘racial minority,’ Asian Americans are not; Short Circuit: A roundup of recent federal court decisions; New York Times in 1924: ‘Hitler Tamed by Prison’; Federal judge advances lawsuit challenging academic group’s Israel boycott; Indiana: Ban on broadcasting trials doesn’t bar live-tweeting; Five questions for a critic of originalism;
 
The Volokh Conspiracy
 
 
Diversity Newspeak: Hispanics are a ‘racial minority,’ Asian Americans are not
Orwellian language to promote “diversity”
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Short Circuit: A roundup of recent federal court decisions
A suspiciously relaxed motorist, an aggrieved essayist and a disorderly extension of the rules of orderliness.
 
New York Times in 1924: ‘Hitler Tamed by Prison’
“It is believed he will retire to private life and return to Austria, the country of his birth.”
 
Federal judge advances lawsuit challenging academic group’s Israel boycott
The American Studies Association had adopted a boycott of Israel, and a legal challenge to that move has just been advanced in federal court.
 
Indiana: Ban on broadcasting trials doesn’t bar live-tweeting
“Microblogging, tweeting, or electronically relaying a written message does not constitute broadcasting … unless the transmitted message contains video or audio of court proceedings or a link to videotaped court testimony.”
 
Five questions for a critic of originalism
A legal historian makes some unsupported claims about the present
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