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The trappings of Ron Collins' office at George Washington Law Center do not suggest the inner sanctum of a law professor. There's Bob Dylan memorabilia, a portrait of philoso" />
The trappings of Ron Collins' office at George Washington Law Center do not suggest the inner sanctum of a law professor. There's Bob Dylan memorabilia, a portrait of philoso" />

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Picking his spots By Alan Pell Crawfor

The trappings of Ron Collins' office at George Washington Law Center do not suggest the inner sanctum of a law professor. There's Bob Dylan memorabilia, a portrait of philoso

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But a law professor Collins is, and a brainy one at that. Having turned his wide-ranging and skeptical intellect toward advertising, Collins is convinced the industry is being ill-served by its own advocates. In Supreme Court decisions, especially, he claims admen are being sold a bill of goods.
This is not surprising since Collins–a founder of the Center for the Study of Commercialism– believes Americans are always palming off shoddy wares on one another.

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