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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Dennis J Hutchinson; Geoffrey R Stone; University of Chicago. Law School.
|Description:||495 p. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Which question? Which lie? : reflections on the physician-assisted suicide cases / Martha Minow --
The value of seeing things differently : Boerne v Flores and congressional enforcement of the Bill of Rights / David Cole --
Congressional power and religious liberty after city of Boerne v Flores / Christopher L. Eisgruber and Lawrence G. Sager --
Freedon of speech, shielding children, and transcending balancing / Eugene Volokh --
Printz, state sovereignty, and the limits of formalism / Evan H. Caminker --
O'Hagan's problems / Victor Brudney --
Traffic stops, minority motorists, and the future of the Fourth Amentment / David A. Sklansky --
Entrenching the duopoly : why the Supreme Court should not allow the states to protect the democrats and republicans from political competition / Richard L. Hasen --
"The ideal new frontier judge" / Dennis J. Hutchinson --
The Court and the corporation : jurisprudence, localism, and federalism / Gregory A. Mark --
Do not go gently into that good right : the First Amendment in the High Court of Australia / Gerald N. Rosenberg and John M. Williams.
|Series Title:||Supreme Court review, 1997.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Dennis J. Hutchinson, David A. Strauss and Geoffrey R. Stone.|