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Alan Dershowitz Opens His Home/'Art' Gallery to 'The Harvard Crimson'

When Slate interviewed Alan Dershowitz for its series on the concept of "wrongness," we encouraged you to read the interview. Because love him or hate him, you can't deny that Dershowitz generally makes for interesting copy.

The Harvard Crimson (via Volokh Conspiracy) thought so too -- thus, Dershowitz's appearance in "FM Cribs." The description of the home Dershowitz shares with his wife makes it sound like they may have a hoarding problem. A hoarding problem that is largely limited to expensive (if tacky -- a couch made out of a Cadillac? Seriously?) art and furnishings -- but a hoarding problem nonetheless.

But if you want insight into what sort of environment is conducive to making a fortune defending accused murderers, writing lots of books and taking controversial positions on political issues, then it's worth the 3 minutes it'll take to read The Crimson piece.

Aw, hell. It's worth it just for this:

Dersh

Posted by Eric Lipman on November 8, 2010 at 11:15 AM | Permalink | Comments (0)

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