Occasional reflections on Life, the World, and Mathematics


From a collection of aperçus by Howard Brubaker in the May 16, 1936 edition of the New Yorker:

The Supreme Court judges are having long, deep thoughts about the Guffey Act. They know it is unconstitutional, but they can’t seem to think of the right reason.

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