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Is there a contracts policy supplement?
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Understanding Contracts is very good. Your library probably has it. Whenever I read through it always talks about the policy here and there for various doctrines.
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What do you mean by policy supplement?
I loved Chirlestein's book. Not too long and explains everything really well.
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Don't use the Christensen one. At least that is my experience. But then again I had a brilliant Ks lecturer who I think was high on coke AND drunk.
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Just going onto westlaw and reading the official comments and illustrations in the restatements and UCC has been the best way to learn policy for me so far.
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