Vol. 6 Nbr. 2, March 2008
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- Putting faith in prison programs, and its constitutionality under Thomas Jefferson's faith-based initiative.
- Coordinating the exercise and Establishment Clauses: a narrow Establishment Clause test for government funding of prisoner rehabilitation services by religious providers.
- "The devil is in the details": a continued dissection of the constitutionality of faith-based prison units.
- "InnerChange": conversion as the price of freedom and comfort - a cautionary tale about the pitfalls of faith-based prison units.
- To reform or to abolish? Christian perspectives on punishment, prison, and restorative justice.
- The enduring achievement of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.
- The prisoner's ombudsman: protecting constitutional rights and fostering justice in American corrections.
- Discovering child pornography: the death of the presumption of innocence.
- Hugs and drugs: research ethics, conflict of interest, and why the FDA's attempt to preempt pharma failure-to-warn claims is a dangerous prescription.
- It is what it is: legal recognition of acquaintance rape.