Judging A Book: Smith Camp Reviews 'Echo Of Its Time'

Law360 (February 11, 2019, 3:35 PM EST) -- This article is part of an Expert Analysis series of book reviews from judges.

Judge Laurie Smith Camp Once upon an Armistice Day, a Nebraska boy was given the solemn responsibility of playing "Taps."  He was not the lead bugler, but the echo. On the third phrase of the reverent tune, the lead bugler hit a horribly fractured note. The boy froze. What was an echo to do?! 

"Echo of Its Time: The History of the Federal District Court of Nebraska, 1867-1933," is the story of Nebraska’s federal district court from statehood in 1867 to the demise of Prohibition in 1933....

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