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Thomas L. Olson, "Law on the Edge: The Credit River Case and the Fixations of Jerome Daly, 1960-1990."
The Minnesota Law Library (https://mn.gov/law-library) offers a helpful bibliography of books, pamphlets, cases, and public documents on "law on the edge," a topic that includes sovereign citizen movements, patriot-groups, tax protestors, constitutionalists, and various conspiracy theorists.
From the 1920's on, independent movie theater owners nationwide faced numerous unfair trade practices from film producers and distributors. What's more, as the producers built or acquired movie houses, independent exhibitors faced direct competition as well. Although the U.S. Justice Department at ...
After the Supreme Court issued its decision dissolving the Standard Oil monopoly in May 1911, the government's lead attorney, Frank B. Kellogg of St. Paul, was lionized in many newspaper and magazine articles. But he also became the object of petty partisan sniping. House Democrats launched an inve...
Charles August Lindbergh, Sr., (1859-1924) practiced law in Little Falls, Minnesota, was attorney for Morrison County for one term, 1891 -1893, and Congressman for the Sixth Congressional District for a decade, 1907-1917. He hated the Federal Reserve Act, passed in late 1913. That year he publishe...
The Sherman Antitrust Act was signed by President Harrison on July 2, 1880. Thirty years later, Albert H. Walker, a New York lawyer, published "History of the Sherman Act of the United States of America." It was republished by Greenwood Press in 1980.
In his Preface, Walker writes: