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Compulsory Whiteness: Towards A Middle Eastern Legal Scholarship, John Tehranian Jan 2007

Compulsory Whiteness: Towards A Middle Eastern Legal Scholarship, John Tehranian

Indiana Law Journal

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Roscoe Pound And The Future Of The Good Government Movement, Charles G. Geyh Jan 2007

Roscoe Pound And The Future Of The Good Government Movement, Charles G. Geyh

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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The Progressive Political Power Of Balkin's "Original Meaning", Dawn E. Johnsen Jan 2007

The Progressive Political Power Of Balkin's "Original Meaning", Dawn E. Johnsen

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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Book Review. All Politics Is Global: Explaining International Regulatory Regimes By Daniel W. Drezner, David Fidler Jan 2007

Book Review. All Politics Is Global: Explaining International Regulatory Regimes By Daniel W. Drezner, David Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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Analyzing The Friedman Thesis Through A Legal Lens: Book Review Essay Assessing Thomas L. Friedman's The World Is Flat, Jayanth K. Krishnan Jan 2007

Analyzing The Friedman Thesis Through A Legal Lens: Book Review Essay Assessing Thomas L. Friedman's The World Is Flat, Jayanth K. Krishnan

Articles by Maurer Faculty

In his best-selling book, The World Is Flat, Thomas Friedman assesses how globalization has affected the political, economic, and social landscapes of both the developed and developing world. For Friedman, globalization is emboldening people in countries, like in India, to make societal and governmental demands that are similar to those made by Americans in the United States.

This Essay seeks to add a new layer to the debate over Friedman’s flattening-world thesis. Focusing on India, in particular, I shall argue that as the trajectory of India’s economic development appears on the rise, the sad reality is that too ...