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Disagreement And Resentment In Contemporary American Politics, Stuart Chinn Mar 2018

Disagreement And Resentment In Contemporary American Politics, Stuart Chinn

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Katherine J. Cramer, The Politics of Resentment: Ruralconsciousness in Wisconsin and the Rise of Scott Walker (University Of Chicago Press 2016); Arlie Russell Hochschild, Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right (New Press 2016).


Booze, Bets, And Brothels: The Moral Roots Of The Modern American Polity, Justin Crowe Mar 2018

Booze, Bets, And Brothels: The Moral Roots Of The Modern American Polity, Justin Crowe

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Kyle G. Volk, Moral Minorities and the Making of American Democracy (Oxford University Press 2014); John W. Compton, The Evangelical Origins of the Living Constitution (Harvard University Press 2014); Jessica R. Pliley, Policing Sexuality: The Mann Act and the Making of the FBI (Harvard University Press 2014).


Expanding Opportunity For All: Moving Past Zero-Sum Notions Of Affirmative Action To Promote Both Freedom And Equality, Stephen Engel Mar 2018

Expanding Opportunity For All: Moving Past Zero-Sum Notions Of Affirmative Action To Promote Both Freedom And Equality, Stephen Engel

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Joseph Fishkin, Bottlenecks: A New Theory of Equal Opportunity (Oxford University Press 2016).


From Premodern Christianity To The Postmodern Jury, Ian P. Farrell Mar 2018

From Premodern Christianity To The Postmodern Jury, Ian P. Farrell

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: James Q. Whitman, The Origins of Reasonable Doubt: Theological Roots of the Criminal Trial (Yale University Press 2016); Dennis Hale, The Jury in America: Triumph and Decline (University Press of Kansas 2016).


Markets, Elites, And Information Technology In The Internet Age, Gregory P. Nowell Mar 2018

Markets, Elites, And Information Technology In The Internet Age, Gregory P. Nowell

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: David Kennedy, A World of Struggle: How Power, Law, and Expertise Shape Global Political Economy (Princeton University Press 2016); Mark R. Patterson, Antitrust Law in the New Economy: Google, Yelp, Libor, and the Control of Information (Harvard University Press 2017).


Pilgrims' Progressivism, David Brian Robertson Mar 2018

Pilgrims' Progressivism, David Brian Robertson

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Stephen Skowronek, Stephen M. Engel & Bruce Ackerman eds., The Progressives’ Century: Political Reform, Constitutional Government, and the Moden American State (Yale University Press 2016).


Institutions And Instrumentalization In International Law, Paul Gowder Mar 2018

Institutions And Instrumentalization In International Law, Paul Gowder

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Evan J. Criddle & Evan Fox-Decent, Fiduciaries of Humanity: How International Law Constitutes Authority (Oxford University Press 2016).


Also, No, Ethan J. Leib Mar 2018

Also, No, Ethan J. Leib

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Adrian Vermeule, Law’s Abnegation: From Law’s Empire to the Administrative State (Harvard University Press 2016).


Thank You, Mr. Madison, Jessica K. Lowe Mar 2018

Thank You, Mr. Madison, Jessica K. Lowe

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Jeremy D. Bailey, James Madison and Constitutional Imperfection (Cambridge University Press 2015); Michael J. Klarman, The Framers’ Coup: The Making of the United States Constitution (Oxford University Press 2016).


Rights And Right-Wing Lawyers, Michael A. Magee Mar 2018

Rights And Right-Wing Lawyers, Michael A. Magee

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Amanda Hollis-Brusky, Ideas with Consequences: The Federalist Society and the Conservative Counterrevolution (Oxford University Press 2015); Jefferson Decker, The Other Rights Revolution: Conservative Lawyers and the Remaking of American Government (Oxford University Press 2016).


Breaking Windows As Corrective Justice: Impure Resistance In Urban Ghettos, Eric J. Miller Mar 2018

Breaking Windows As Corrective Justice: Impure Resistance In Urban Ghettos, Eric J. Miller

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Tommie Shelby, Dark Ghettos: Injustice, Dissent, and Reform (Belknap Press 2016).


Observations On The First Amendment And The War On Terror, Ofer Raban Mar 2018

Observations On The First Amendment And The War On Terror, Ofer Raban

Tulsa Law Review

Freedom of speech has traditionally suffered at times of war, and the War on Terror—with its related wars in Iraq and Afghanistan—is no exception: since 9/11, formidable pressures have come to bear on the constitutional freedoms of speech and press. As this paper discusses, these pressures have come from all three branches of the federal government. They include increased executive enforcement of existing laws, new legislation targeting terrorism-related speech, and apparent judicial reluctance to vigorously enforce existing constitutional protections. Notably, these allegedly significant impingements on the freedom of speech were achieved without any apparent change in constitutional ...


Roads Less Traveled: U.S. Workplace Discrimination From The 1890s To The Present, Francine Banner Mar 2018

Roads Less Traveled: U.S. Workplace Discrimination From The 1890s To The Present, Francine Banner

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: Lauren B. Edelman, Working Law: Courts, Corporations, and Symbolic Civil Rights (University of Chicago Press 2016); Sophia Z. Lee, The Workplace Constitution from the New Deal to the New Right (Cambridge University Press 2014); Nancy Woloch, A Class By Herself: Protective Laws for Women Workers, 1890s–1990s (Princeton University Press 2015).


Table Of Contents Mar 2018

Table Of Contents

Tulsa Law Review

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Faculty List Mar 2018

Faculty List

Tulsa Law Review

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Kent Frizzell: Lawyer, Public Servant, Law Professor 1929-2016, Gregory K. Frizzell, Blaine G. Frizzell Jan 2018

Kent Frizzell: Lawyer, Public Servant, Law Professor 1929-2016, Gregory K. Frizzell, Blaine G. Frizzell

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


Two Theories Of Deterrent Punishment, Jacob Bronsther Jan 2018

Two Theories Of Deterrent Punishment, Jacob Bronsther

Tulsa Law Review

No abstract provided.


Cover Oct 2017

Cover

Tulsa Law Review

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Masthead Oct 2017

Masthead

Tulsa Law Review

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Stories Of Society, State, And A Severe Shortage Of Scientific Rigor, Paul Baumgardner May 2017

Stories Of Society, State, And A Severe Shortage Of Scientific Rigor, Paul Baumgardner

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: ANDREA FRIEDMAN, CITIZENSHIP IN COLD WAR AMERICA (UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS PRESS, 2014); GARY GERSTLE, LIBERTY AND COERCION: THE PARADOX OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT FROM THE FOUNDING TO THE PRESENT (PRINCETON & OXFORD: PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2015).


A Post-Capitalist Earth, And Beyond?, Chase Hobbs-Morgan May 2017

A Post-Capitalist Earth, And Beyond?, Chase Hobbs-Morgan

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: PAUL ANDERSON, REFORMING LAW AND ECONOMY FOR A SUSTAINABLE EARTH: CRITICAL THOUGHT FOR TURBULENT TIMES (ROUTLEDGE 2015).


Masthead May 2017

Masthead

Tulsa Law Review

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Editor's Note May 2017

Editor's Note

Tulsa Law Review

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Cacophony, Conversation, And Common Sense, William Haltom May 2017

Cacophony, Conversation, And Common Sense, William Haltom

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: STEPHEN DANIELS & JOANNE MARTIN, TORT REFORM, PLAINTIFFS’ LAWYERS, AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE (UNIVERSITY PRESS OF KANSAS 2015).


Down The Slippery Slope? Does The Fundamental Right To Marry Protect Polygamous Marriage?, Evan Gerstmann May 2017

Down The Slippery Slope? Does The Fundamental Right To Marry Protect Polygamous Marriage?, Evan Gerstmann

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: RONALD C. DEN OTTER, IN DEFENSE OF PLURAL MARRIAGE, (CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2015); STEPHEN MACEDO, JUST MARRIED: SAME-SEX COUPLES, MONOGAMY, & THE FUTURE OF MARRIAGE, (PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS 2015); JOHN WITTE JR., THE WESTERN CASE FOR MONOGAMY OVER POLYGAMY (CAMBRIDGE STUDIES IN LAW AND CHRISTIANITY 2015).


Legal Histories Of America’S Second Revolutionary War (1860-1876), Leslie Friedman Goldstein May 2017

Legal Histories Of America’S Second Revolutionary War (1860-1876), Leslie Friedman Goldstein

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: KURT T. LASH, THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT AND THE PRIVILEGES OR IMMUNITIES OF AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP (CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2014); WILLIAM A. BLAIR, WITH MALICE TOWARD SOME: TREASON AND LOYALTY IN THE CIVIL WAR ERA (UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS 2014); LAURA F. EDWARDS, A LEGAL HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION: A NATION OF RIGHTS (CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2015).


Three Policy Paths After Citizens United: A Critical Review Essay, Michael J. Malbin May 2017

Three Policy Paths After Citizens United: A Critical Review Essay, Michael J. Malbin

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: ROBERT E. MUTCH, BUYING THE VOTE: A HISTORY OF CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM (OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 2014); RAYMOND J. LA RAJA & BRIAN F. SCHAFFNER, CAMPAIGN FINANCE AND POLITICAL POLARIZATION: WHEN PURISTS PREVAIL (UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN PRESS 2015); RICHARD L. HASEN, PLUTOCRATS UNITED: CAMPAIGN MONEY, THE SUPREME COURT, AND THE DISTORTION OF AMERICAN ELECTIONS (YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2016).


Recovering Citizenship And Government From Politics: A Return To The Founding, Forrest A. Nabors May 2017

Recovering Citizenship And Government From Politics: A Return To The Founding, Forrest A. Nabors

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: DANIELLE ALLEN, OUR DECLARATION: A READING OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE IN DEFENSE OF EQUALITY (W. W. NORTON & COMPANY 2014); SANFORD LEVINSON, AN ARGUMENT OPEN TO ALL: READING THE FEDERALIST IN THE 21ST CENTURY (YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS 2015).


Immigration In Between, Robin Jacobson May 2017

Immigration In Between, Robin Jacobson

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: HIROSHI MOTOMURA, IMMIGRATION OUTSIDE THE LAW (OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 2014) & NATALIA MOLINA, HOW RACE IS MADE IN AMERICA: IMMIGRATION, CITIZENSHIP, AND THE HISTORICAL POWER OF RACIAL SCRIPTS (UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS 2014).


Living Up To And Under Norms, Stephen R. Galoob May 2017

Living Up To And Under Norms, Stephen R. Galoob

Tulsa Law Review

Reviewing: SEANA VALENTINE SHIFFRIN, SPEECH MATTERS: ON LYING, MORALITY, AND THE LAW. (PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS 2014).