Vol. 108 Nbr. 8, June 1999
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- Constitutional change and the politics of history.
- The super-legality of the Constitution, or, a Federalist critique of Bruce Ackerman's neo-Federalism.
- The election of 1800: a study in the logic of political change.
- The Americans' higher-law thinking behind higher lawmaking.
- The strange career of the Reconstruction Amendments.
- Constitutional history and constitutional theory: reflections on Ackerman, Reconstruction, and the transformation of the American Constitution.
- Legitimating Reconstruction: the limits of legalism.
- When the people spoke, what did they say? the election of 1936 and the Ackerman thesis.
- Constitutional theory transformed.
- Law, politics, and the New Deal(s).
- Constitutional moments and punctuated equilibria: a political scientist confronts Bruce Ackerman's We the People.
- Revolution on a human scale.
- Ethical eating: applying the Kosher food regulatory regime to organic food.
- Are Asians black? The Asian-American civil rights agenda and the contemporary significance of the black/white paradigm.
- Colonial courts and secured credit: early American commercial litigation and Shays' Rebellion.
- No cure for a broken heart.