Vol. 34 Nbr. 3, June 2011
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- Direct democracy: government of the people, by the people, and for the people?
- Elections matter.
- How to count to thirty-four: the constitutional case for a constitutional convention.
- Entrenching good government reforms.
- The constitutionality of Proposition 8.
- Embodied equality: debunking equal protection arguments for abortion rights.
- The constitutionality of social cost.
- May lawyers be given the power to elect those who choose our judges? "Merit selection" and constitutional law.
- What's the harm? Nontaxpayer standing to challenge religious symbols.
- Why we cannot ask why: ethical independence and voter intent.
- The changing landscape of firearm legislation in the wake of McDonald v. City of Chicago.
- Machinegunning reason: sentencing factors and mandatory minimums in United States v. O'Brien.