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Sino-Soviet Dispute Over Military And World Revolution, Samir N. Saliba Apr 2016

Sino-Soviet Dispute Over Military And World Revolution, Samir N. Saliba

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Reflections On The Current Drive Toward Greater Legalization In China, Victor H. Li May 2015

Reflections On The Current Drive Toward Greater Legalization In China, Victor H. Li

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


The Real Challenge To The Polish Revolution: Cleaning The Polish Environment Through Privatization And Preventive Market-Based Incentives, G. Nelson Smith Iii Nov 2012

The Real Challenge To The Polish Revolution: Cleaning The Polish Environment Through Privatization And Preventive Market-Based Incentives, G. Nelson Smith Iii

Pepperdine Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Antiterrorism Act, The Immigration Reform Act, And Ideological Regulation In The Immigration Laws: Important Lessons For Citizens And Noncitizens., Kevin R. Johnson Jan 1997

The Antiterrorism Act, The Immigration Reform Act, And Ideological Regulation In The Immigration Laws: Important Lessons For Citizens And Noncitizens., Kevin R. Johnson

St. Mary's Law Journal

This Article analyzes how the Antiterrorism Act and the Immigration Reform Act reflect a larger historical dynamic in the relationship between domestic subordination and immigration law. The U.S. government historically employed immigration laws in an effort to protect the established political and social order. History reveals a strong correlation between the severe treatment politically subversive U.S. citizens received and the constriction of the immigration laws. This Article argues the lack of constitutional protections for noncitizens helps to explain the recurrent backlash against them. The treatment of noncitizens suggests how far the government might go to suppress domestic political dissent by …


Aliens - Deportation - Activity Consituting Membership In Communist Party, Mark Shaevsky Mar 1958

Aliens - Deportation - Activity Consituting Membership In Communist Party, Mark Shaevsky

Michigan Law Review

Petitioner, an alien who had resided in the United States since 1914, joined the Communist Party in 1935 and during that year paid dues, attended meetings, and worked briefly at an official outlet for communist literature. He terminated his relationship with the party after approximately one year. At a hearing to consider his possible deportation, the petitioner disclaimed that he had held any belief in the forcible overthrow of government, stating that he had regarded the Communist Party solely as an instrument for securing economic necessities. The Board of Immigration Appeals upheld the hearing officer's finding that petitioner had been …


"Congress Shall Make No Law…":Ii, O. John Rogge Feb 1958

"Congress Shall Make No Law…":Ii, O. John Rogge

Michigan Law Review

The framers of the federal bill of rights by the First and Tenth Amendments sought to deny Congress power over utterances unless they were connected with criminal conduct other than advocacy. Any power over such utterances was to reside in the states. However, the Supreme Court departed from the framers' intent.

One of the factors in this development was the emergence of an undefined federal police power. This occurred largely under the commerce and postal clauses. It began over a century ago. As early as 1838 Congress passed a law requiring the installation of safety devices upon steam vessels. Beginning …


"Congress Shall Make No Law..."*, O. John Rogge Jan 1958

"Congress Shall Make No Law..."*, O. John Rogge

Michigan Law Review

It is the position of the writer that, at least so far as Congress is concerned, speech is as free as thought, and that unless and until speech becomes a part of a course of conduct which Congress can restrain or regulate no federal legislative power over it exists. State power, despite the Fourteenth Amendment, may be somewhat more extensive. Certainly the framers of the First Amendment intended that it should be. This article will deal with federal power over speech.


Chafee, Jr.: The Blessings Of Liberty, Nathaniel Nathanson Jan 1957

Chafee, Jr.: The Blessings Of Liberty, Nathaniel Nathanson

Michigan Law Review

A Review of The Blessings of Liberty. By Zechariah Chafee, Jr.


Labor Law - Authority Of National Labor Relations Board To Require Reaffirmation Of Non-Communist Affidavit, Richard Z. Rosenfeld Dec 1954

Labor Law - Authority Of National Labor Relations Board To Require Reaffirmation Of Non-Communist Affidavit, Richard Z. Rosenfeld

Michigan Law Review

Section 9(h) of title I of the Labor-Management Relations Act requires that officers of unions which desire access to NLRB facilities file non-Communist affidavits with the Board. During the effective period of appellee unions' compliance with this requirement, the Board referred certain affidavits to the Department of Justice for investigation. After the suspected officers had refused to testify concerning the truth or falsity of their affidavits in subsequent grand jury proceedings the Board issued a Notice and Order requiring the officers to reaffirm the truth of the prior affidavits and to attest to non-membership in the Communist Party since filing …