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Auto Choice – George L. Priest, “Why ‘Auto Choice’ is a Lemon,” WSJ 21 July 1998 and the Quebec “experience.” Correspondence, memoranda and papers related to the article. Pierre Gauthier, “No-Fault and Accident Frequencies in Québec (January 1999); Heritage Foundation Car Insurance Debate (1 September 1998); David F. Snyder, “Breaking Through the Auto Insurance Gridlock, Ideas for Reducing Costs and Improving Competition” (22 July 1998); Stephen D. Sugarman, “Quebec’s Comprehensive Auto No-Fault Scheme and the Failure of Any of the United States to Follow”; Roger C. Henderson, “Compensation for Non-Economic Loss, the Tort-Liability Insurance System”; Ned Glick, “Statistical evidence of fatality increases in response to “no-fault insurance?”, 1997-1998

 File — Box: MSS 2015-03, Box 10

Scope and Contents

From the Collection:

Peter Kinzler donated these papers to the Arthur J. Morris Law Library, in five installments, between 2015 and 2016. They consist of 27 boxes (10.5 linear ft.) of documents related to his work on auto insurance legislation, and files about the drafting of vaccine compensation legislation that led to the National Childhood Vaccine Act of 1986. There is a folder with Mr. Kinzler's comments and recollections on each part of the collection.


  • Creation: 1997-1998



From the Collection: 10.5 Linear Feet (27 archival boxes)

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

Part of the Arthur J. Morris Law Library Special Collections Repository

Arthur J. Morris Law Library
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University of Virginia
Charlottesville Virginia 22903 United States