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Publication year1984
CitationVol. 8 No. 02

UNIVERSITY OF PUGET SOUND LAW REVIEWVolume 8, No. 2WINTER 1985

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WINTER 1985-#7Foreword: Reliance on State Constitutions-Beyond the "New Federalism"Ronald K. L. Collins

WINTER 1985-#8The Right to Speak, Write, and Publish Freely: State Constitutional Protection Against Private AbridgmentJustice Robert F. Utter

WINTER 1985-#9An Analytical View of Recent "Lending of Credit" Decisions in Washington StateHugh Spitzer

WINTER 1985-#10The Washington Constitutional "State Action" Doctrine: A Fundamental Right to State ActionDavid M. Skover

WINTER 1985-#11Framers Intent: The Illegitimate Uses of HistoryPierre Schlag

WINTER 1985-#12Seizing Opportunity, Searching for Theory: Article I, Section 7George R. Nock

WINTER 1985-#13A Constitutional Right to an Appeal: Guarding Against Unacceptable Risks of Erroneous ConvictionJames E. Lobsenz

WINTER 1985-#14The Establishment Clause and the Free Exercise Clause of the Washington Constitution-A Proposal to the Supreme CourtFrank J. Conklin and James M. Vache

WINTER 1985-#15Washington's Equal Rights Amendment: It Says What It Means and It Means What It Says

WINTER 1985-#16Dependent Covenants in Commercial Leases: Hindquarter Corp. v. Property Development Corp

WINTER 1985-#17Public Policy over Metaphysics: Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life in Harbeson v. Parke-Davis, Inc

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