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United States

Faculty Scholarship

2001

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Protest, Repression, And Race: Legal Violence And The Chicano Movement, Ian F. Haney-Lopez Nov 2001

Protest, Repression, And Race: Legal Violence And The Chicano Movement, Ian F. Haney-Lopez

Faculty Scholarship

Examines the role played by legal violence in contributing to the emergence of a non-White identity among Mexicans in Los Angeles, California. Discussion on the social movement theory; Emphasis on the African-American struggle for equality as an initiator movement; Variations in human physiognomy.


Obnoxious To Their Very Nature: Asian Americans And Constitutional Citizenship, Leti Volpp Feb 2001

Obnoxious To Their Very Nature: Asian Americans And Constitutional Citizenship, Leti Volpp

Faculty Scholarship

Focuses on the citizenship of Asian Americans in the United States. Participation in democratic engagement; Implications of distinct discourses on constitutional citizenship; Assessment of incapabilities in the democratic political process.


U.S. V. Microsoft - An Economic Analysis, Franklin M. Fisher, Daniel L. Rubinfeld Jan 2001

U.S. V. Microsoft - An Economic Analysis, Franklin M. Fisher, Daniel L. Rubinfeld

Faculty Scholarship

Analyzes the antitrust lawsuit filed by the United States Department of Justice against the Microsoft Corp. Violations of sections of the Sherman Act; Background of the case; Economic questions raised by Microsoft; Monopolization of the personal computer operating system; Engagement in unreasonable restraints of trade.


Prisoners Of The Ins, Charles Weisselberg Jan 2001

Prisoners Of The Ins, Charles Weisselberg

Faculty Scholarship

As part of its efforts to control immigration, the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) detathe ins thousands of noncitizens. Many are held while the INS determines whether they are visitors, immigrants, or refugees; others are held because the INS would like to return them to their countries of origin but their countries will not take them back.


The Revolution In Military Legal Affairs : Air Force Legal Professionals In 21 St Century Conflicts, Charles J. Dunlap Jr. Jan 2001

The Revolution In Military Legal Affairs : Air Force Legal Professionals In 21 St Century Conflicts, Charles J. Dunlap Jr.

Faculty Scholarship

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