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The Scandal Of Smith And Buchanan: The Skeletons In The Mcculloch Vs. Maryland Closet, David S. Bogen Jun 1985

The Scandal Of Smith And Buchanan: The Skeletons In The Mcculloch Vs. Maryland Closet, David S. Bogen

Faculty Scholarship

McCulloch v. Maryland announced principles of constitutional interpretation, federal power and federal immunity which are now basic doctrines of constitutional law. Yet it was quickly the most widely attacked of all John Marshall’s decisions. A reader of the case today may have a great difficulty understanding the criticisms. One key lies in understanding the people behind McCulloch.


Reflections On Labor, Power, And Society , James B. Atleson Jan 1985

Reflections On Labor, Power, And Society , James B. Atleson

Maryland Law Review

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Time Limits Under The Freedom Of Information Act: Another Problematic New Property Reform, Karen Czapanskiy Jan 1985

Time Limits Under The Freedom Of Information Act: Another Problematic New Property Reform, Karen Czapanskiy

Maryland Law Review

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Traditional Labor Law Scholarship And The Crisis Of Collective Bargaining Law: A Reply To Professor Finkin, Karl E. Klare Jan 1985

Traditional Labor Law Scholarship And The Crisis Of Collective Bargaining Law: A Reply To Professor Finkin, Karl E. Klare

Maryland Law Review

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Survey Of Developments In Maryland Law, 1983-84 Jan 1985

Survey Of Developments In Maryland Law, 1983-84

Maryland Law Review

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Does Karl Klare Protest Too Much?, Matthew W. Finkin Jan 1985

Does Karl Klare Protest Too Much?, Matthew W. Finkin

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Invention And Reinvention Of Welfare Rights, William H. Simon Jan 1985

The Invention And Reinvention Of Welfare Rights, William H. Simon

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


Lost Opportunity: Concluding Thoughts On The Finkin Critique, Karl E. Klare Jan 1985

Lost Opportunity: Concluding Thoughts On The Finkin Critique, Karl E. Klare

Maryland Law Review

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The Transformation Of The Fourteenth Amendment: Reflections From The Admission Of Maryland's First Black Lawyers, David S. Bogen Jan 1985

The Transformation Of The Fourteenth Amendment: Reflections From The Admission Of Maryland's First Black Lawyers, David S. Bogen

Faculty Scholarship

October 10, 1985, was the one hundredth anniversary of the admission to the bar of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City of Everett J. Waring, the first black lawyer admitted to practice before the state courts in Maryland. This article explores the efforts of African-American lawyers to establish the right to practice law in Maryland and their role in the larger struggle for political and civil rights.