Vol. 27 Nbr. 1, September 2003
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- Does technology spell trouble with a capital "T"? Human dignity and public policy.
- Retribution: the central aim of punishment.
- Dignity and desert in punishment theory.
- Inevitable mens rea.
- Pope John Paul II and the dignity of the human being.
- Religious liberty and human dignity: a tale of two declarations.
- The welfare debate: getting past the bumper stickers.
- A crisis of caring: a Catholic critique of American welfare reform.
- Social welfare, human dignity, and the puzzle of what we owe each other.
- The limits of international law in protecting dignity.
- What we can learn about human dignity from international law.
- Today's Senate confirmation battles and the role of the federal judiciary.
- Our broken judicial confirmation process and the need for filibuster reform.
- Beyond State Farm: due process constraints on noneconomic compensatory damages.
- Davey's plea: Blaine, Blair, Witters, and the protection of religious freedom.
- Roe and the new frontier.
- The diversity lie.
- Struck out looking: continued confusion in Eighth Amendment proportionality review after Ewing v. California.