Friday Roundup, Nov. 30

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  • The Claremont Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence challenges Depression era milk regulations in Hettinga v. United States.  The accused has been charged with the unspeakable crime of trying to sell milk to Costco below the prices of its competitors. For shame! Of course, Law and Liberty’s Michael Greve provides the full treatment of cartel regulation and the jettisoning of the original nationalist logic of commerce that informed the Constitution in his important new book, The Upside-Down Constitution.
  • What did the European Central Bank know, and when did they know it?