Vol. 48 Nbr. 1, October 2006
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- Federalism, positive law, and the emergence of the American administrative state: prohibition in the Taft Court era.
- From bricks to pajamas: the law and economics of amateur journalism.
- The demise of federal takings litigation.
- Haunted by history: colonial land trusts pose national threat.
- 'So I says to 'the guy,' I says ...': the constitutionality of neutral pronoun redaction in multidefendant criminal trials.