—Stephen J. Field, American judge, born november 4, 1816
Ha. That’ll be the day. Stephen J. Field, appointed by Abraham Lincoln in 1863, was one of the late nineteenth-early twentieth century US Supreme Court justices who were endlessly helpful to the Robber Baron capitalists during the first Gilded Age (the one before the one we’re enjoying so much now). Income Tax? We don’t need no stinkin’ Income Tax? Unions? See the quote....
Read more of the #incommn almanac for November 4, 2013
Career of the future: artisanal servant: what ho, Jeeves!
Also, how to feel good about skipping the fine print on terms of service contracts.
DELA Northampton today at Noon, Packard's Library Room.
21st Century Business Roundtable at 6:00PM: Legal and Financial Issues for Entrepreneurs.
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- Westfield Senior High School
- Kalamazoo College
- The New School