Vol. 114 Nbr. 6, April 2005
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- Globalization and distrust.
- The coherentism of 'Democracy and Distrust'.
- Pluralism and distrust: how courts can support democracy by lowering the stakes of politics.
- John Hart Ely and the problem of gerrymandering: the lion in winter.
- Forbidden conversations: on race, privacy, and community (a continuing conversation with John Ely on racism and democracy).
- War and uncertainty.
- Parrhesiastic accountability: investigatory commissions and executive power in an age of terror.
- Gideon in white/Gideon in black: race and identity in lawyering.
- The duty to defend.