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A Time To Act Anew: A Historical Perspective On The Energy Policy Act Of 2005 And The Changing Electrical Energy Market, Brad Sherman Oct 2006

A Time To Act Anew: A Historical Perspective On The Energy Policy Act Of 2005 And The Changing Electrical Energy Market, Brad Sherman

William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review

No abstract provided.


A Clearing In The Forest: Infusing The Labor Union Dues Dispute With First Amendment Values, Harry G. Hutchinson Apr 2006

A Clearing In The Forest: Infusing The Labor Union Dues Dispute With First Amendment Values, Harry G. Hutchinson

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

This article deploys public choice theory and postmodem identity claims to develop a far-reaching understanding of the union dues dispute, which suggests that the burden of proof on the existence of and/or the possibility of an enduring union community should be placed on proponents of this view. While the postmodern project can be seen as an unsettled approach that is riven by coherency issues, not the least, its insistence on offering the good without the true, it supplies modest benefits by revealing the conceivably infinite varieties of human preferences in contemporary America. The absence of preference convergence, understood from ...


Why Veetc Is Not Enough: Protecting The National Highway Transportation Infrastructure, Stephen Mcdonald Apr 2006

Why Veetc Is Not Enough: Protecting The National Highway Transportation Infrastructure, Stephen Mcdonald

William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review

No abstract provided.


Is Economic Exclusion A Legitimate State Interest? Four Recent Cases Test The Boundaries, Timothy Sandefur Feb 2006

Is Economic Exclusion A Legitimate State Interest? Four Recent Cases Test The Boundaries, Timothy Sandefur

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

No abstract provided.