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Professor and civil rights proponent Jack Greenberg isone of wine's biggest advocates
Ryan Isaac
Issue: April 30, 2004

Professor Jack Greenberg refers to himself as an "interested amateur" when it comes to wine. Perhaps that's his modesty; perhaps he measures his commitment to wine against his law career. After all, what kind of collection could measure up to the thrill and accomplishment of arguing Brown v.

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