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Constitutional Commentary

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The Littlest Rebel: James J. Kilpatrick And The Second Civil War, Garrett Epps Jan 1993

The Littlest Rebel: James J. Kilpatrick And The Second Civil War, Garrett Epps

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Book Review: Transforming Free Speech: The Ambiguous Legacy Of Civil Libertarianism. By Mark A. Graber., Norman L. Rosenberg Jan 1993

Book Review: Transforming Free Speech: The Ambiguous Legacy Of Civil Libertarianism. By Mark A. Graber., Norman L. Rosenberg

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Book review: Transforming Free Speech: The Ambiguous Legacy of Civil Libertarianism. By Mark A. Graber. Berkeley, California: University of California Press. 1991. Pp. xi, 336. Reviewed by: Norman L. Rosenberg.


A Constitutional Conspiracy Unmasked: Why "No State" Does Not Mean "No State"., Mark A. Graber Jan 1993

A Constitutional Conspiracy Unmasked: Why "No State" Does Not Mean "No State"., Mark A. Graber

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Book Review: Legal Hermeneutics: History, Theory, And Practice. Edited By Gregory Leyh., Paul Campos Jan 1993

Book Review: Legal Hermeneutics: History, Theory, And Practice. Edited By Gregory Leyh., Paul Campos

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Book review: Legal Hermeneutics: History, Theory, and Practice. Edited by Gregory Leyh. Berkeley: University of California Press. 1992. Pp. xix, 325. Reviewed by: Paul Campos.


Book Review: The Intelligible Constitution. By Joseph Goldstein., Thomas E. Baker Jan 1993

Book Review: The Intelligible Constitution. By Joseph Goldstein., Thomas E. Baker

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Book review: The Intelligible Constitution. By Joseph Goldstein. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1992. Pp. xx, 201. Reviewed by: Thomas E. Baker.


Book Note: The Carrot Or The Stick For School Desegregation Policy. By Christine Rossell., Thomas J. Schumacher Jan 1993

Book Note: The Carrot Or The Stick For School Desegregation Policy. By Christine Rossell., Thomas J. Schumacher

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Book note: The Carrot or the Stick for School Desegregation Policy. By Christine Rossell. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. 1990. Pp. xvi, 260. Reviewed by: Thomas J. Schumacher.


What Do You Think About The Twenty-Seventh Amendment?, William W. Van Alstyne Jan 1993

What Do You Think About The Twenty-Seventh Amendment?, William W. Van Alstyne

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Correspondence, Philip A. Dynia, Harry V. Jaffa Jan 1993

Correspondence, Philip A. Dynia, Harry V. Jaffa

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The State Action Doctrine, The Public/Private Distinction, And The Independence Of Constitutional Law., Richard S. Kay Jan 1993

The State Action Doctrine, The Public/Private Distinction, And The Independence Of Constitutional Law., Richard S. Kay

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Book Review: Natural Law Theory: Contemporary Essays. Edited By Robert P. George., Steven D. Smith Jan 1993

Book Review: Natural Law Theory: Contemporary Essays. Edited By Robert P. George., Steven D. Smith

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Book review: Natural Law Theory: Contemporary Essays. Edited by Robert P. George. New York: Clarendon Press, Oxford. 1992. Pp. 371. Reviewed by: Steven D. Smith.


Book Review: Creation And Abortion: A Study In Moral And Legal Philosophy. By Frances Myrna Kamm., Susan M. Wolf Jan 1993

Book Review: Creation And Abortion: A Study In Moral And Legal Philosophy. By Frances Myrna Kamm., Susan M. Wolf

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Book review: Creation and Abortion: A Study in Moral and Legal Philosophy. By Frances Myrna Kamm. New York: Oxford University Press. 1992. Pp. viii, 227. Reviewed by: Susan M. Wolf.


Book Note: The Language Of The Constitution: A Sourcebook And Guide To The Ideas, Terms, And Vocabulary Used By The Framers Of The United States Constitution. By Thurston Greene. Stuart B. Flexner, Editor-In-Chief., Suzanne Thorpe Jan 1993

Book Note: The Language Of The Constitution: A Sourcebook And Guide To The Ideas, Terms, And Vocabulary Used By The Framers Of The United States Constitution. By Thurston Greene. Stuart B. Flexner, Editor-In-Chief., Suzanne Thorpe

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Book note: The Language of the Constitution: A Sourcebook and Guide to the Ideas, Terms, and Vocabulary Used by the Framers of the United States Constitution. By Thurston Greene. Stuart B. Flexner, Editor-in-Chief. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press. 1991. Pp. 1074. Reviewed by: Suzanne Thorpe.


Meaning And Professionalism In American Law., Paul D. Carrington Jan 1993

Meaning And Professionalism In American Law., Paul D. Carrington

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