Vol. 146 Nbr. 2, January 1998
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- The commoning of the common law: the Renaissance debate over printing English law, 1520-1640.
- The architecture of bias: deep structures in tort law.
- The parol evidence rule, the plain meaning rule, and the principles of contractual interpretation.
- Secular idolatry and sacred traditions: a critique of the Supreme Court's secularization analysis.
- Six of one is not a dozen of the other: the size of state criminal juries.