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by Stuart M. Speiser Wouldn’t it be great if lawyer-statesmen like Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, Daniel Webster, Elihu Root, Henry Stimson, and John W. Davis were still around? As they did in their own times, they would shuttle between the highest echelons of government and their private law offices. After distinguished service in public office (usually at a consideerabl financial sacrifice), they would return to their private practices, where they would use their immense prestige to talk...

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