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Affirmative Action As A Women's Issue, Helen Norton Jan 1995

Affirmative Action As A Women's Issue, Helen Norton

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The Last Centrifugal Force, Robert F. Nagel Jan 1995

The Last Centrifugal Force, Robert F. Nagel

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No abstract provided.


A Comment On "Constitutional Rights As Public Goods", Robert F. Nagel Jan 1995

A Comment On "Constitutional Rights As Public Goods", Robert F. Nagel

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Discussion of T. W. Merrill, Dolan v. City of Tigard: Constitutional Rights as Public Goods, 72 Denv. U. L. Rev. 859 (1995).


That The Laws Shall Bind Equally On All: Congressional And Executive Roles In Applying Laws To Congress, Harold H. Bruff Jan 1995

That The Laws Shall Bind Equally On All: Congressional And Executive Roles In Applying Laws To Congress, Harold H. Bruff

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No abstract provided.


Initiative Petition Reforms And The First Amendment, Emily Calhoun Jan 1995

Initiative Petition Reforms And The First Amendment, Emily Calhoun

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No abstract provided.


Structuring The Ballot Initiative: Procedures That Do And Don't Work, Richard B. Collins, Dale Oesterle Jan 1995

Structuring The Ballot Initiative: Procedures That Do And Don't Work, Richard B. Collins, Dale Oesterle

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No abstract provided.


A Holistic Approach To Criminal Justice Scholarship, William T. Pizzi Jan 1995

A Holistic Approach To Criminal Justice Scholarship, William T. Pizzi

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No abstract provided.


An American Perspective On Environmental Impact Assessment In Australia, Mark Squillace Jan 1995

An American Perspective On Environmental Impact Assessment In Australia, Mark Squillace

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No abstract provided.


What's Quality Got To Do With It?: Constitutional Theory, Politics, And Education Reform, Phil Weiser Jan 1995

What's Quality Got To Do With It?: Constitutional Theory, Politics, And Education Reform, Phil Weiser

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Forty Years In The Desert, Paul F. Campos Jan 1995

Forty Years In The Desert, Paul F. Campos

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The author uses Brown v. Board of Education and the volumes of commentary it has provoked to illustrate that coherent constitutional interpretation is a useless exercise. He argues that the decision should be accepted as political reality and moral necessity and that we should cease debating its merit as constitutional interpretation.