3 Am. Bus. L.J. [i] (1965)

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AMERICAN BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL


WINTER, 1965


Charles M. Hewitt
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Indiana University


           STAFF EDITORS
Law and Society Department
    William Zelermyer
    Syracuse University

Uniform Commercial Code Department
    Charles M. Weber and
    John M6 Stockton
    University of Pennsylvania

Law of Transportation and
Public Utilities Department
    Carl McKenry,
    University of Miami

International Business Law Department
    Hendrick Zwarensteyn and
    Edward Bartoli
    Michigan State University

Law of Insurance and
Real Estate Department
    Gary Salzman
    University of Miami

Law of Accountancy and
Finance Department
    Sidney I. Simon
    Rutgers University

Managerial Law Department
    John Van de Water
    U. C. L. A.

Marketing Law Department
    Elcanon Isaacs,
    American University

General Readership Department
    John Fonseca
    Mohawk Valley Community College


Book Review Department
    Edwin W. Tucker
    University of Connecticut
Research and Teaching Tips Department
    Miklos Nicolson
    Phillips University
Case Comments and Case
Digests Department
    Robert Black, University of Illinois
    Ivan Fox, Pace College
        ASSOCIATION NEWS
    John Carrell, Secretary-Treasurer
    North Texas State University
    Russell Decker, Regional News
    Bowling Green State University
    REGIONAL NEWS EDITORS
Northeastern
    Hilliard Gardiner
    City College of New York
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    Elcanon Isaacs
    American University
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    Paul Casey
    Mankato State College
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    Maurice Unger
    University of Colorado
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    Dugald W. Hudson
    Georgia State College
Southern
    Jack Ledbetter
    University of Texas
Tri-State
    William F. Morrison
    Western Michigan University


The journal is published at regular intervals by the American Business Law Association.
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Hall, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Permission to quote with credit is hereby
granted. Opinions exepresed are those of the authora alone. The Journal is free to mem-
bers, a dollar per copy to students and libraries, one dollar and twenty-five cents per copy
to academic personnel who are not members, and a dollar and fifty cents to all others. Appli
cations for membershin in the association should be addressed to John Carrell. North Texas
State University, Denton, Texas. The annual dues are seven dollars per year.


              Copyright American Business Law Association, 1963


VOL. 3/NO. 1

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