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The First Amendment And Distributional Voting Rights Controversies, Emily M. Calhoun Jan 1985

The First Amendment And Distributional Voting Rights Controversies, Emily M. Calhoun

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Can A Tribal Court Be Enjoined From Exercising Jurisdiction Over Nonmembers Of The Tribe?, Richard B. Collins Jan 1985

Can A Tribal Court Be Enjoined From Exercising Jurisdiction Over Nonmembers Of The Tribe?, Richard B. Collins

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Are The Pueblo Indians Too "Civilized" For Federal Indian Law?, Richard B. Collins Jan 1985

Are The Pueblo Indians Too "Civilized" For Federal Indian Law?, Richard B. Collins

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Can An Indian Tribe Recover Land Illegally Taken In The Seventeenth Century?, Richard B. Collins Jan 1985

Can An Indian Tribe Recover Land Illegally Taken In The Seventeenth Century?, Richard B. Collins

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The Formulaic Constitution, Robert F. Nagel Jan 1985

The Formulaic Constitution, Robert F. Nagel

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The Supreme Court's constitutional jurisprudence of late has been filled with formulae - tests that must be met, hurdles that must be overcome. This multi-pronged analytical technique is, according to Professor Nagel, distancing the Justices from both their audience, the American public, and their text, the Constitution. In an effort to retain the authority of that text, the Court is instead displacing it; in an effort to persuade that audience, the Court is instead excluding it. Furthermore, the Court's attempt to constrain judges has actually created an irresponsible judicial freedom, while its attempt to locate a middle ground between ...