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Reprints (Articles and other publications reprinted in full and Law Quadrangle)
- "Symbolic Logic: A Razor-Edged Tool for Drafting and Interpreting Legal Documents." In Logic, Probability, and Presumptions in Legal Reasoning, edited by S. Brewer. New York: Garland Publishers, 1998. (Originally published under the same title in Yale L.J. 66, no. 6 (1957): 833-79.)