Vol. 40 Nbr. 5, May 1999
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- The Founders and the president's authority over foreign affairs.
- Evidence myopia: the failure to see the Federal Rules of Evidence as a codification of the common law.
- Nomos, narrative, and adjudication: toward a jurisgenetic theory of law.
- We the People: Transformations.
- Riding on a diamond in the sky: the DBS set-aside provisions of the 1992 Cable Act.
- SEC Rule 14e-3 in the wake of United States v. O'Hagan: proper prophylactic scope and the future of warehousing.