Vol. 69 Nbr. 1, December 2005
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- Children adrift: addressing the educational needs of New York's foster children.
- What is a tragedy of the commons? Overfishing and the campaign spending problem.
- "Because of ... sex": rethinking the protections afforded under Title VII in the post-Oncale world.
- The quintessential force multiplier: the inherent authority of local police to make immigration arrests.
- Redefining due process analysis: Justice Anthony M. Kennedy and the concept of emergent rights.
- Intersectionality as "catch 22": why identity performance demands are neither harmless nor reasonable.
- At last, some clarity: the potential long-term impact of Lingle v. Chevron and the separation of takings and substantive due process.
- Stealing from the poor to give to the rich: why New York should abandon attempts to collect fuel taxes on reservations.