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Cesare Romano is a professor of law at Loyola Law School, and an expert in international human rights. We discuss his amazing arrival in New York (punctuated by being offered $3 million by a stranger), cultures of bureaucracy vs. punitive lawsuits, European community vs. American “freedom,” and why there are no curtains in Amsterdam’s Red Light district.

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