Vol. 25 Nbr. 3, June 2002
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- Reflections on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy.
- Locating the boundaries: the scope of Congress's power to regulate Commerce.
- Business, the states, and federalism's political economy.
- Re-entering the arena: restoring a judicial role for enforcing limits on federal mandates.
- The problem of tort reform: federalism and the regulation of lawyers.
- Beware the trumpets of war.
- The First Amendment and problems of political viability: the case of Internet pornography.
- Toward a national putative father registry database.
- A Lockean analysis of section one of the Fourteenth Amendment.
- Anastasoff, unpublished opinions, and federal appellate justice.
- The end of compelled contributions for subsidized advertising?
- The keys to the castle: a new standard for warrantless home searches in United States v. Knights.