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Abstract

The Supreme Court's renewed interest in multistate problems is
striking. Aftter years of neglect, the Court in the last few terms has
decided a series of cases on personal jursdiction, choice of law,
and credit to judgments. Several of these opinions have been pathbreaking;
at least one has revolutionized its field. One of the most
recent, Allstate Insurance Co. v. Hague, is a choice-of-Iaw decision
destined to provoke much scholarly comment.

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1981

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