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14 March 2006

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Michael Heise

I want to second Sara's invitation to explore the Spaeth S.Ct. databases. Despite my nagging sense that U.S. Sup. Ct. decisions are comparatively over-studied (admittedly, a pet-peeve of mine), many important research questions persist and these databases are critical to them. Also, although Sara is far too gracious to self-promote, her L&C Newsletter piece will absolutely assist the unfamiliar navigate through the Spaeth databases. Finally, in an incredible act of scholarly collegiality, the Newsletter also contains a piece by Paul Collins (Houston) that provides Stata coding suggestions necessary for important database transformations. (Evidently, Sara contributed similar code in 1998.)

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