Vol. 148 Nbr. 4, April 2000
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- Law's politics.
- The dark side of efficiency: Johnson v. M'Intosh and the expropriation of American Indian lands.
- A public health approach to regulating firearms as consumer products.
- Treating guns like consumer products.
- The cost of closure: a reexamination of the theory and practice of the 1996 amendments to the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.
- What to do with the sheep in wolf's clothing: the role of rhetoric and reality about youth offenders in the constructive dismantling of the juvenile justice system.