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Response: Common Cents or Historical Sense Steven Hahn Monday, March 10, 2008 6:00 PM Critic of Kousser: Statistics and "scientific" approach "portray the conflict merely as one of a myriad of largely personal disputes that occur every day and can hardly carry the historical consequence I impute to it" pp248 "a simple question of torts" debate and the local elections shows that the stock law was far more than a matter of civil litigation; Custom and law '. Kk- acknowledge, had long required farmers in the southern states to fence in their crops, thereby turning unenclosed land into commons for the purposes of hunting and of grazing livestock "rigorous" methods of multivariate regression analysis can provide a more "complex" and a more reasonable interpretation of the stock-law conflict than my own pp249 "just what was more "complex" and reasonable about their offerings. They have, it seems to me, rolled out pretty heavy equipment to produce rather meager results" KISS, keep it simple stupid "Kk seem particularly intent upon portraying tenants and farm laborers as free-floating individuals whose negotiations with prospective employers
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