Wednesday, April 1, 2009

April Fool's

Thank you, Legal History Blog readers, for tolerating the LHB Third Annual April Fool's Edition. If you found none of the posts amusing, perhaps this news article will suffice instead. Hat tip.

Since we have many new readers since the blog's first year, I also recommend the blog's most popular post so far: In disturbing new study, Economists find that History is Inefficient, April 1, 2007.

Thanks to our new guest blogger Robert Tsai for contributing this year. (He will be properly introduced tomorrow.) And to outgoing guest blogger Chris Capozzola for ideas. We know from literary theory that meaning derives not only from the text but also the reader. For that reason, I suppose that any lameness herein is both your fault and mine.

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