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for lunch, I talked about what Nicky had said with Gina Spitz. Gina came on as the
last of the tough cookies. She'd just graduated from Barnard and she was full of
the bristle of New York City. She was big, feisty, outspoken, and glit- teringly ...
"Legal thinking is nasty," I said to Gina at one point in our conversation, and I
began to think later I'd hit on a substantial truth. Thinking like a lawyer involved
being suspicious and distrustful. You reevaluated statements, inferred from
In December, Gina reported that she had sat in on a Commercial Transactions
class in which nine persons consecutively had passed. The professor had
employed the screw-your-buddy tactic, calling on the student beside the one who'
d failed ...
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