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Harvard Law Review


Professor Currie, having developed in the first part of his article the theory that the Supreme Court erred in grounding its decision in Hughes v. Fetter on the full-faith-and-credit clause instead of the equal-protection clause, now proceeds to consider situations in the conflict of laws in which the former provision is applicable. His conclusion sets forth the boundaries of a state's obligation to provide a forum for causes of action created by the laws of a sister state.

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