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Exporting The American Bill Of Rights: The Lesson From Romania, Ronald D. Rotunda Jan 1991

Exporting The American Bill Of Rights: The Lesson From Romania, Ronald D. Rotunda

Law Faculty Articles and Research

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On The Road Of Good Intentions: Justice Brennan And The Religion Clauses, Michael S. Ariens Jan 1991

On The Road Of Good Intentions: Justice Brennan And The Religion Clauses, Michael S. Ariens

Faculty Articles

Associate Supreme Court Justice William J. Brennan took the oath of office on October 16, 1956. At the time of Justice Brennan’s appointment to the Supreme Court, the Court had decided only a few cases involving the religion clauses of the first amendment, and judicial interpretation of the religion clauses had been sparing.

In the thirty-four years of Justice Brennan’s tenure, the Court worked several revolutions in religion clause jurisprudence—revolutions guided by a sense of the needs of a changing society. Justice Brennan was one of several architects of a new order in establishment clause interpretation, and ...


Section 1983, Martin A. Schwartz, George Pratt, Leon Friedman Jan 1991

Section 1983, Martin A. Schwartz, George Pratt, Leon Friedman

Scholarly Works

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Thurgood Marshall And The Administrative State, Jonathan Weinberg Jan 1991

Thurgood Marshall And The Administrative State, Jonathan Weinberg

Law Faculty Research Publications

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