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Issues

Volume 2, Issue 3

Articles

1999 Owen J. Roberts Memorial Lecture: Diversity (PDF)

Sanford Levinson

573

Wild Political Dreaming: Historical Context, Popular Sovereignty, and Supermajority Rules (PDF)

Brett W. King

609
Book Review

Coordinate Construction, Constitutional Thickness, and Remembering the Lyre of Orpheus (PDF)

Bruce G. Peabody

662
Comments

Traitors in our Midst: Attorneys Who Inform on Their Clients (PDF)

Aviva Abramovsky

676

“Fully Participating” Voucher Programs and the Wisconsin Template: A Brick or a Breach in the Wall of Church-State Separation? (PDF)

Greg Todd

710

 

Volume 2, Issue 2

Articles

Arguing and Bargaining in Two Constituent Assemblies (PDF)

Jon Elster

345

Bill Clinton Was No Andrew Johnson: Comparing Two Impeachments (PDF)

Keith E. Whittington

422
Comments

The First Amendment as a Trade Association Shield from Negligence Liability and Strategies for Plaintiffs Seeking to Penetrate that Shield (PDF)

Susan Elizabeth Grant Hamilton

466

“I May Not Know Art, But I Know What I’ll Pay For”: The Government’s Role in Arts Funding Following National Endowment for the Arts v. Finley (PDF)

Elizabeth Megen Ray

497

Permissible Burden or Constitutional Violation? A First Amendment Analysis of Congress’ Proposed Removal of Tax Deductibility from Tobacco Advertisements (PDF)

Louis J. Virelli

529

 

Volume 2, Issue 1

Articles

The Constitutionalization of Children’s Rights: Incorporating Emerging Human Rights into Constitutional Doctrine (PDF)

Barbara Bennett Woodhouse

1

What Does Frieda Yoder Believe? (PDF)

Emily Buss

53

Three Concepts of Children’s Constitutional Rights: Reflections on the Enjoyment Theory (PDF)

Laurence D. Houlgate

77

Children and the Child Welfare System (PDF)

Richard J. Gelles & Ira Schwartz

95

Is There Justice in Children’s Rights?: The Critique of Federal Family Preservation Policy (PDF)

Dorothy E. Roberts

112
Commentary

The Foster Care Dilemma and What to Do About It: Is the Problem That Too Many Children Are Not Being Adopted out of Foster Care or That Too Many Children Are Entering Foster Care? (PDF)

Martin Guggenheim

141
Articles

Adoption, Identity, and the Constitution: The Case for Opening Closed Records (PDF)

Naomi Cahn & Jana Singer

150

The Juvenile Court’s Next Century-Getting Past the I11-Founded Talk of Abolition (PDF)

Gary L. Crippen

195

An Emerging Right for Mature Minors to Receive Information (PDF)

Catherine J. Ross

223
Comments

The Danger of Value-Laden Investigation in Child Sexual Abuse Cases: Are Defendants’ Constitutional Rights Violated When Mental Health Professionals Offer Testimony Based on Children’s Hearsay Statements and Behaviors? (PDF)

Lynne Celander DeSarbo

276

“C” is for Constitution: Recognizing the Due Process Rights of Children in Contested Adoptions (PDF)

Melissa LaBarge

318
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