29 - IIIII First Foreign American War against the Barbary...

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IIIII First Foreign American War – against the Barbary Pirates – marched on Trippoli Page 492 Erie Railroad v. Tompkins (1938) - Swift v Tyson – decided there was federal common law – law handed down by judges – Section 34 - Wanted uniformity in commercial law – help nation grow economically - Federal Courts used this in race cases to help business and not really people Brown and Yellow Taxi Cab company vs. Black and White Tax Cab Company - Wanted to be only ones to pick up passengers at the train station – but state of Kentucky outlawed monopolies Federal Court made distinction between procedure and substantive – Lawyers have to work harder Aftermath of WWII - More bureaucracy – more agencies – more lawyers - K-Street lobbyists Go into government to figure out what is going on and then increase your value to clients Work at the IRS for three years and then work for tax division of a lawfirm Lots of income disparity American exceptionalism Rosie the Riveter March on Washington to demand that blacks be given jobs in the defense industry
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