I Spit on Your Grave

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Flamboyant William Stewart Simkins, during his professorial heyday at the University of Texas a century ago and more, was known for his long, white mane and his charisma as a teacher of law.  He wrote standard textbooks on equity, contracts, and estates.  But, dadgum, he took pride . . .

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