Vol. 108 Nbr. 7, May 1999
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- Citizen Brown.
- Ralph S. Brown.
- A tribute to Ralph S. Brown: pioneer scholar and professorial statesman.
- Ralph Brown: farewell to a friend.
- What would Ralph say?
- Ralph S. Brown: a selected bibliography.
- Curriculum vitae.
- The game's the same: why gambling in cyberspace violates federal law.
- Symposium introduction.
- Advertising and the public interest: legal protection of trade symbols.
- Freedom to copy.
- The modern Lanham Act and the death of common sense.
- Breakfast with Batman: the public interest in the advertising age.
- Law's empire and the final frontier: legalizing the future in the early Corpus Juris Spatialis.
- Jury sentencing in noncapital cases: an idea whose time has come (again)?
- Clearing the smoke-filled room: women jurors and the disruption of an old-boys' network in Nineteenth-century America.
- Culture as sameness: toward a synthetic view of provocation and culture in the criminal law.
- Equal protection and the status of stereotypes.
- Fragmenting procreation.
- Why we should discount the views of those who discount discounting.
- Discounting life.