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Introduction Piercing Webs Of Power: Identity, Resistance, And Hope In Latcrit Theory And Praxis, Francisco Valdes Jan 2000

Introduction Piercing Webs Of Power: Identity, Resistance, And Hope In Latcrit Theory And Praxis, Francisco Valdes

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Internet Resources For Retirement Planning, Robin Schard Jan 2000

Internet Resources For Retirement Planning, Robin Schard

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Global Markets, Racial Spaces And The Role Of Critical Race Theory In The Struggle For Community Control Of Investments: An Institutional Class Analysis, Elizabeth M. Iglesias Jan 2000

Global Markets, Racial Spaces And The Role Of Critical Race Theory In The Struggle For Community Control Of Investments: An Institutional Class Analysis, Elizabeth M. Iglesias

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Institutionalizing Economic Justice: A Latcrit Perspective On The Imperatives Of Linking The Reconstruction Of "Community" To The Transformation Of Legal Structures That Institutionalize The Depoliticization And Fragmentation Of Labor/Community Solidarity, Elizabeth M. Iglesias Jan 2000

Institutionalizing Economic Justice: A Latcrit Perspective On The Imperatives Of Linking The Reconstruction Of "Community" To The Transformation Of Legal Structures That Institutionalize The Depoliticization And Fragmentation Of Labor/Community Solidarity, Elizabeth M. Iglesias

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Prosecuting Violence/Reconstructing Community, Anthony V. Alfieri Jan 2000

Prosecuting Violence/Reconstructing Community, Anthony V. Alfieri

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For two centuries, the private violence of American history has paraded into courts for public trial. Often dramatized by the spectacle of rape and murder, the public trials of private violence increasingly are seen to decide the fates of both the accused and the victim of crime. The fate of community, whether the community of the victim, the accused, or the public, seems at first blush untouched by such trials. Like victims and their families, however, communities struck by violence suffer profound loss. That loss is expressed in the destruction of public discourse, reason, and citizenship. This public ruin is ...


From Poor Law To Immigration Law: Changing Visions Of Territorial Community In Antebellum Massachusetts, Kunal Parker Jan 2000

From Poor Law To Immigration Law: Changing Visions Of Territorial Community In Antebellum Massachusetts, Kunal Parker

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United States -- Tax Treatment For "Foreign Sales Corporations" Wto Doc. Wt/Ds108/Ab/R, Stanley Langbein Jan 2000

United States -- Tax Treatment For "Foreign Sales Corporations" Wto Doc. Wt/Ds108/Ab/R, Stanley Langbein

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Reporting The Official Truth: The Revival Of The Fcc's News Distortion Policy, Lili Levi Jan 2000

Reporting The Official Truth: The Revival Of The Fcc's News Distortion Policy, Lili Levi

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Reflections On The Fcc's Recent Approach To Structural Regulation Of The Electronic Mass Media, Lili Levi Jan 2000

Reflections On The Fcc's Recent Approach To Structural Regulation Of The Electronic Mass Media, Lili Levi

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Internet Resources Related To Nursing Care Facilities, Robin Schard Jan 2000

Internet Resources Related To Nursing Care Facilities, Robin Schard

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Legal Resources On Elder Abuse In The Institutional Setting, Robin Schard Jan 2000

Legal Resources On Elder Abuse In The Institutional Setting, Robin Schard

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Dealing With Histories Of Oppression: Black And Jewish Reactions To Passivity And Collaboration In William Styron's Confessions Of Nat Turner And Hannah Arendt's Eichmann In Jerusalem, David Abraham, Kimberly A. Mccoy Jan 2000

Dealing With Histories Of Oppression: Black And Jewish Reactions To Passivity And Collaboration In William Styron's Confessions Of Nat Turner And Hannah Arendt's Eichmann In Jerusalem, David Abraham, Kimberly A. Mccoy

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Assisted Living Resources On The Web, Robin Schard Jan 2000

Assisted Living Resources On The Web, Robin Schard

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The Death Of Privacy?, A. Michael Froomkin Jan 2000

The Death Of Privacy?, A. Michael Froomkin

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The rapid deployment of privacy-destroying technologies by governments and businesses threatens to make informational privacy obsolete. The first part of this article describes a range of current technologies to which the law has yet to respond effectively. These include: routine collection of transactional data, growing automated surveillance in public places, deployment of facial recognition technology and other biometrics, cell-phone tracking, vehicle tracking, satellite monitoring, workplace surveillance, Internet tracking from cookies to "clicktrails", hardware-based identifiers, intellectual property-protecting "snitchware," and sense-enhanced searches that allow observers to see through everything from walls to clothes. The cumulative and reinforcing effect of these technologies may ...


U.S. Constitutional Law--Federal Jurisdiction---Environmental Law--Maritime Law--State Regulation Of Shipping For Pollution--Control Purposes--Federal Preemption United States V. Locke. 120 S.Ct. 1135. Supreme Court Of The United States, March 6, 2000., Patrick O. Gudridge Jan 2000

U.S. Constitutional Law--Federal Jurisdiction---Environmental Law--Maritime Law--State Regulation Of Shipping For Pollution--Control Purposes--Federal Preemption United States V. Locke. 120 S.Ct. 1135. Supreme Court Of The United States, March 6, 2000., Patrick O. Gudridge

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Transit Of Straits And Archipelagic Waters By Military Aircraft, Bernard H. Oxman Jan 2000

Transit Of Straits And Archipelagic Waters By Military Aircraft, Bernard H. Oxman

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The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea balances the interests of states in ways that are more refined than the classic summa divisio between the free high seas and territorial waters. The result for aviation is the preservation of freedom of overflight for civil and military aircraft seaward of the territorial sea in the exclusive economic zone as on the high seas beyond, and the right of such aircraft to transit archipelagic waters as well as straits comprised of territorial seas and internal waters. A proper understanding of the scope of these rights and their relationship to the ...


The "Camouco" (Panamav. France) (Judgment). Itlos Case No. 5. . International Tribunal For The Law Of The Sea, February 7, 2000., Bernard H. Oxman, Vincent P. Bantz Jan 2000

The "Camouco" (Panamav. France) (Judgment). Itlos Case No. 5. . International Tribunal For The Law Of The Sea, February 7, 2000., Bernard H. Oxman, Vincent P. Bantz

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Disorderly Conduct: Day Traders And The Ideology Of "Fair And Orderly Markets", Caroline Bradley Jan 2000

Disorderly Conduct: Day Traders And The Ideology Of "Fair And Orderly Markets", Caroline Bradley

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Shifting Power For Battered Women: Law, Material Resources, And Poor Women Of Color, Donna Coker Jan 2000

Shifting Power For Battered Women: Law, Material Resources, And Poor Women Of Color, Donna Coker

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Constructing Solidarity: Interest And White Workers, Martha R. Mahoney Jan 2000

Constructing Solidarity: Interest And White Workers, Martha R. Mahoney

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Judicial Review In Brazil: Developments Under The 1988 Constitution, Keith S. Rosenn Jan 2000

Judicial Review In Brazil: Developments Under The 1988 Constitution, Keith S. Rosenn

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Expanding Directions, Exploding Parameters: Culture And Nation In Latcrit Coalitional Imagination, Elizabeth M. Iglesias, Francisco Valdes Jan 2000

Expanding Directions, Exploding Parameters: Culture And Nation In Latcrit Coalitional Imagination, Elizabeth M. Iglesias, Francisco Valdes

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Whiteness And Remedy: Under-Ruling Civil Rights In Walker V. City Of Mesquite, Martha R. Mahoney Jan 2000

Whiteness And Remedy: Under-Ruling Civil Rights In Walker V. City Of Mesquite, Martha R. Mahoney

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Wrong Turn In Cyberspace: Using Icann To Route Around The Apa And The Constitution, A. Michael Froomkin Jan 2000

Wrong Turn In Cyberspace: Using Icann To Route Around The Apa And The Constitution, A. Michael Froomkin

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The Internet relies on an underlying centralized hierarchy built into the domain name system (DNS) to control the routing for the vast majority of Internet traffic. At its heart is a single data file, known as the "root." Control of the root provides singular power in cyberspace.

This Article first describes how the United States government found itself in control of the root. It then describes how, in an attempt to meet concerns that the United States could so dominate an Internet chokepoint, the U.S. Department of Commerce (DoC) summoned into being the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and ...


En/Gendering Equality: Seeking Relief Under Title Vii Against Employment Discrimination Based On Sexual Orientation, Anthony E. Varona, Jeffrey M. Monks Jan 2000

En/Gendering Equality: Seeking Relief Under Title Vii Against Employment Discrimination Based On Sexual Orientation, Anthony E. Varona, Jeffrey M. Monks

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