Vol. 28 Nbr. 1, September 2004
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- Tort law for federalists (and the rest of US): private law in disguise.
- Fear-mongering torts and the exaggerated death of diving.
- The new federal regulation of corporate governance.
- Property rights and environmental regulation: the case for compensation.
- Environmental perspectives: moving toward a market-oriented middle ground.
- Private property and the politics of environmental protection.
- The World Trade Organization as a structure of liberty.
- Interest groups, power politics, and the risks of WTO mission creep.
- Is civil litigation a threat to freedom?
- Believing six improbable things: medical malpractice and "legal fear".
- The antidiscrimination Eighth Amendment.
- Why is Congress still regulating noncommercial activity?
- The constitutional option to change Senate rules and procedures: a majoritarian means to over come the filibuster.
- The historical origins of the rule of law in the American constitutional order.
- No more 'cherry-picking': the real history of the 21st Amendment's (section) 2.
- Roche v. Empagran.
- Threats in the line of duty: police officers and the First Amendment in State v. Valdivia and Connecticut v. Deloreto.