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Boudin, Louis Boudinoff (15 February 1874–29 May 1952), political theorist and lawyer, was born Louis Boudinoff in the Ukraine, the son of Peter Boudinoff, a merchant, and Frone Feld. Louis Boudinoff emigrated in 1891 to New York, where he adopted a shortened form of his family name as a surname. He began legal studies at New York University, supporting himself with part-time work as a shoemaker, journalist, and tutor. He earned an LL.B. in 1896 and an LL.M. in 1897. He became a naturalized citizen in 1897 and was admitted to the New York bar in 1898. The next year he married Leah Kanefsky; they had two children. Leah died in 1906, and in 1909 Boudin married Anna Pavitt, a dentist....

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Freund, Ernst (30 January 1864–20 October 1932), professor of law and political science, was born in New York City, the son of Ludwig A. Freund and Nannie Bayer. His parents were natives of Berlin, Germany; before 1875 they returned to that city, and Freund was educated there. He was awarded a doctorate (J.U.D.) in canon and civil law at Heidelberg in 1884, and in that year he elected to return to New York as a native citizen. There he studied law and politics at Columbia University, where his mentor was ...

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Neumann, Franz Leopold (23 May 1900–02 September 1954), lawyer and political theorist, was born in Kattowitz, Upper Silesia (later Katowice, Poland), the son of Josef Neumann, a salesman of leather goods, and Gertrud Gutherz. Neumann served in the German army during World War I. In late 1918 and early 1919 he was a member of the radical soldiers council during the period of the unsuccessful Spartacist Revolution. After the war he studied at the Universities of Breslau, Leipzig, Rostock and Frankfurt am Main. At Frankfurt he was a student of the distinguished jurist Hugo Sinzheimer. Neumann received his law degree in 1923 and was accepted as a member of the Berlin bar in 1927....