Vol. 61 Nbr. 5, August 1998
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- A tribute to law and humanity: Judge Vito J. Titone.
- Whose federalism? Or, why "conservative" states should develop their state constitutional law.
- State courts and the separation of powers: a venerable doctrine in varied contexts.
- The transformation of the California Supreme Court: 1977-1997.
- Perspectives: foreword.
- New Mexico independent adjudication.
- Presumed innocent: the legitimacy of independent state constitutional interpretation.
- The right to a "minimally adequate education" as guaranteed by the Mississippi Constitution.
- The renaissance in state constitutional law: there are a few dangers, but what's the alternative?
- A supreme injustice.
- Supremacy clause: or leash law?
- Influence of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court on state high court decisionmaking 1982-1997: a study in horizontal federalism.
- Independent state constitutional adjudication in Massachusetts: 1988-1998.
- Toward a historical understanding of Montana's privacy provision.
- Constitutional Politics in the States: Contemporary Controversies and Historical Patterns.