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Vol. 48, No. 2, Spring 2013

ARTICLES
Cyberbulling and the Innocence Narrative
Andrew Gilden
Abortion and Disgust
Courtney Megan Cahill
Known Unknowns
Jameel Jaffer
The End to an Unspoken Bargain? National Security and Leaks in a Post-Pentagon Papers World
David McCraw and Stephen Gitkow
An Inquiry into the Dynamics of Government Secrecy
Steven Aftergood
NOTE
Migrant Workers’ Remittances, Citizenship, and the State: The Case of El Salvador
Joshua David Marcin

 

Vol. 48, No. 1, Winter 2013

ARTICLES
Beyond “Life and Liberty”: The Evolving Right to Counsel
John D. King
Transgender People, Intimate Partner Abuse, and the Legal SystemColloquium Page
Leigh Goodmark
American Gangsters: RICO, Criminal Syndicates, and Conspiracy Law as Market Control
Benjamin Levin
Plata v. Brown and Realignment: Jails, Prisons, Courts, and Politics
Margo Schlanger
The Return of the Medical Model: Disease and the Meaning of Imprisonment from John Howard to Brown v. Plata
Jonathan Simon
The Trauma of the Incarceration Experience
Mika’il DeVeaux
NOTES
Giving Casey Its Bite Back: The Role of Rational Basis Review in Undue Burden Analysis
Emma Freeman
Organizing for Structural Change: The Potential and Promise of Worker Centers
Rebecca J. Livengood
Editorial Board

 

Vol. 47, No. 2, Spring 2012

ARTICLES
Who Will Supervise the Supervisors? Establishing Liability for Failure to Train, Supervise, or Discipline Subordinates in a Post Iqbal/Connick World
Rosalie Berger Levinson
Passion and Reason in Labor
Brishen Rogers
The State of Progressive Constitutional Theory: The Paradox of Constitutional Democracy and the Project of Political Justification - Colloquium Page
Nimer Sultany
The United States Supreme Court Adopts a Reasonable Juvenile Standard in J.D.B. v. North Carolina for Purposes of the Miranda Custody Analysis: Can a More Reasoned Justice System for Juveniles Be Far Behind? - Colloquium Page
Marsha Levick and Elizabeth-Ann Tierney
Graham v. Florida and a Juvenile’s Right to Age-Appropriate Sentencing - Colloquium Page
Martin Guggenheim
The Legal Significance of Adolescent Development on the Right to Counsel: Establishing the Constitutional Right to Counsel for Teens in Child Welfare Matters and Assuring a Meaningful Right to Counsel in Delinquency Matters - Colloquium Page
Jennifer K. Pokempner, Riya Saha Shah, Mark F. Houldin, Michael J. Dale, and Robert G. Schwartz
“All of the Mysticism of Police Expertise”: Legalizing Stop-and-Frisk in New York, 1961-1968
Josh Segal

 

Vol. 47, No. 1, Winter 2012

ARTICLES
The Case for Local Constitutional Enforcement - Colloquium Page
Kathleen Morris
The Right to Comprehensive Educational Opportunity - Colloquium Page
Michael Rebell
Subprime: Why a Free and Democratic Society Needs Law
Joseph Singer
Property and Identity
Nestor Davidson
The Role of Labor Law in Challenging English-Only Policies
Lauren M. Weinstein
The Economic-Liberty Approach to the First Amendment: A Story of Pornography
Victoria Baranetsky
Case Comment, Michigan v. Bryant, 131 S. Ct. 1143 (2011)
Michael Noveck

 

Vol. 46, No. 2, Summer 2011

ARTICLES

Trafficking, Prostitution, and Inequality
Catharine A. MacKinnon

A Free Irresponsible Press: Wikileaks and the Battle over the Soul of the Networked Fourth Estate
Yochai Benkler

Litigation and Democracy: Restoring a Realistic Prospect of Trial 
Stephen B. Burbank & Stephen N. Subrin

The Costs of Reproduction: History and the Legal Construction of Sex Equality
Deborah Dinner

The Exclusion of Non-English-Speaking Jurors: Remedying a Century of Denial of the Sixth Amendment in the Federal Courts of Puerto Rico
Jasmine B. Gonzales Rose

Emotions in the Mobilization of Rights
Kathryn Abrams

Habeas Corpus in Three Dimensions: Dimension I: Habeas Corpus as a Common Law Writ
Eric M. Freedman

NOTES

Distributive Consequences of the Medical Model
Jonathan L. Koenig

Borderline Constitutionalism: Reconstructing and Deconstructing Judicial Justifications for Constitutional Distortion in the Border Region
Philip Mayor

 

Vol. 46, No. 1, Winter 2011

Rethinking the Fourth Amendment: Race, Citizenship, and the Equality Principle
Bennett Capers

Sexual Judgments: Full Faith and Credit and the Relational Character of Legal Sex
David B. Cruz

Searching for Harm: Same-Sex Marriage and the Well-Being of Children
Courtney G. Joslin

Willing Suspects and Docile Defendants: The Contradictory Role of Consent in Criminal Procedure
Nirej Sekhon

Equality by Other Means: The Substantive Foundations of the Vagueness Doctrine
Tammy W. Sun

A Sunny Deposition: How the In Forma Pauperis Statute Provides an Avenue for Indigent Prisoners to Seek Depositions Without Accompanying Fees
Shon R. Hopwood

The “Most Deserving” of Death: The Narrowing Requirement and the Proliferation of Aggravating Factors in Capital Sentencing Statutes
Chelsea Creo Sharon

Dangerous Deference: The Supreme Court of Canada in Canada v. Khadr
David Rangaviz

AMICUS

Kicked to the Curb: Ugly Law Then and Now
Susan Schweik

 

Vol. 45, No. 2, Summer 2010

Reputation in a Networked World: Revisiting the Social Foundations of Defamation Law
David S. Ardia

Introduction to the Symposium: The Jena Six, the Prosecutorial Conscience, and the Dead Hand of History
Andrew E. Taslitz and Carol Steiker

Body and Soul: Equality, Pregnancy, and the Unitary Right to Abortion
Jennifer S. Hendricks

Discretionary Pricing, Mortgage Discrimination, and the Fair Housing Act
Robert G. Schwemm and Jeffrey L. Taren

The Emerging Criminal War on Sex Offenders
Corey Rayburn Yung

Following the Bright Line of Michigan v. Summers: A Cause for Concern for Advocates of Bright-Line Fourth Amendment Rules
Amir Hatem Ali

Discriminatory Intent Reconsidered: Folk Concepts of Intentionality and Equal Protection Jurisprudence
Julia Kobick

The Internet and Press Freedom
Jonathan Zittrain

In Defense of Dignity
Andrew Friedman and Deborah Axt

Pulling Teeth: The State of Mandatory Immigration Detention
Geoffrey Heeren

Today’s Deliberate Indifference: Providing Attention Without Providing Treatment to Prisoners with Serious Medical Needs
Joel H. Thompson

 

Vol. 45, No. 1, Winter 2010

Immigration as Invasion: Sovereignty, Security, and the Origins of the Federal Immigration Power
Matthew J. Lindsay

Intragroup Discrimination in the Workplace: The Case for “Race Plus”
Enrique Schaerer

NOTE
The Evolution and Limits of Title IX Doctrine on Peer Sexual Assault
Grayson Sang Walker

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
Northwest Austin Municipal Utility District Number One v. Holder
Randall T. Adams

Ricci v. DeStefano
Luke Appling

Forest Grove School District v. T.A.
Emily Blumberg

SPECIAL PROJECTS
No One Leaves: Community Mobilization as a Response to the Foreclosure Crisis in Massachusetts
Nicholas Hartigan

Working With Clients to Develop Compatible Visions of What It Means to “Win” a Case: Reflections on Schroer v. Billington
Sharon M. McGowan

The Measure of a Society: The Treatment of Unaccompanied Refugee and Immigrant Children in the United States
Wendy Young & Megan McKenna

 

Vol. 44, No. 2, Summer 2009

INTRODUCTION TO THE SYMPOSIUM
Introduction to the Symposium: The Jena Six, the Prosecutorial Conscience, and the Dead Hand of History
Andrew E. Taslitz & Carol Steiker
ARTICLES
The Law of the Noose: A History of Latino Lynching
Richard Delgado
Burning Shoes and the Spirit World: The Charade of Neutrality
Frank H. Wu
The Hangman’s Noose and the Lynch Mob: Hate Speech and the Jena Six
Jeannine Bell
The Jena Six and the History of Racially Compromised Justice in Louisiana
Gabriel J. Chin
Judging Jena’s D.A.: The Prosecutor and Racial Esteem
Andrew E. Taslitz
Race-ing Prosecutors’ Ethics Codes
Ellen S. Podgor
The Jena Six, Mass Incarceration, and the Remoralization of Civil Rights
Joseph E. Kennedy
You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby: Two Waves of Juvenile Justice Reforms as Seen from Jena, Louisiana
Sara Sun Beale
ESSAYS
Restorative Justice in Schools: Learning from Jena High School
Cara Suvall
SYMPOSIUM RESPONSES
Confronting Racial Disparity: Legislative Responses to the School-to-Prison Pipeline
Tona M. Boyd
Separate and Unequal: The Disparate Impact of School-Based Referrals to Juvenile Court
Heather Cobb
On Responsible Prosecutorial Discretion
Kerala Thie Cowart

 

Vol. 44, No. 1, Winter 2009

ARTICLES
1 Voter Fraud or Voter Defrauded? Highlighting an Inconsistent Consideration of Election Fraud
Jocelyn Friedrichs Benson
43 Policing, Race, and Place
I. Bennett Capers
79 Churches as First Amendment Institutions: Of Sovereignty and Spheres
Paul Horwitz
NOTE
133 From Madness to Method: The Americans with Disabilities Act Meets the Internet
Ali Abrar & Kerry J. Dingle
ESSAY
173 Exporting Miranda: Protecting the Right Against Self-Incrimination when U.S. Officers Perform Custodial Interrogations Abroad
Fred Medick
RECENT DEVELOPMENT
197 Boumediene v. Bush: Legal Realism and the War on Terror
Megan Gaffney
213 Cruel and Unusual? The Bifurcation of Eighth Amendment Inquiries After Baze v. Rees
Mark B. Samburg
SPECIAL PROJECTS
231 A House Divided: The Invisibility of the Multiracial Family
Angela Onwuachi-Willig & Jacob Willig-Onwuachi
255 Networks and Norms: Social Justice Lawyering and Social Capital in Post-Katrina New Orleans
John N. Tye & Morgan W. Williams
Editorial Board

 

Vol. 43, No. 2, Summer 2008

ARTICLES
289 Straddling the Civil-Criminal Divide: A Bifurcated Approach to Understanding the Nature of Immigration Removal Proceedings
Peter L. Markowitz
353 Insular Individualism: Employment Discrimination Law After Ledbetter v. Goodyear
Tristin K. Green
385 The Congressional Record Underlying the 2006 Voting Rights Act: How Much Discrimination Can the Constitution Tolerate?
Kristen Clarke
435 Government Data Mining: The Need for a Legal Framework
Fred H. Cate
491 Race at the Pivot Point: The Future of Race-Based Policies to Remedy De Jure Segregation After Parents Involved in Community Schools
Jonathan Fischbach, Will Rhee, and Robert Cacace
NOTES
539 The Collateral Consequences of Seeking Order Through Disorder: New York’s Narcotics Eviction Program
Scott Duffield Levy
581 Equal Before the Law: Toward a Restoration of Gideon’s Promise
David A. Simon
RADICAL PROPOSALS TO REFORM LEGAL PEDAGOGY
595 Rethinking Legal Education
Erwin Chemerinsky
599 Teach Justice
Steve Sheppard
605 Legal Learning for Life: Legal Immersion Fluency Education (LIFE)
Beth D. Cohen
611 Step Away from the Case Book: A Call for Balance and Integration in Law School Pedagogy
Kathryn M. Stanchi
615 Actually Begin to Satisfy ABA Standards 211(a) and 212(a): Eliminate Race and Sex Bias in Legal Education
Morrison Torrey
619 Slay the Three-Headed Demon!
Peggy Cooper Davis
625 “Majors” in Law? A Dissenting View
Michael A. Olivas
629 Eighteen or Thirty, But Not Twenty-Two
John Henry Schlegel
633 Who’s Learning What? Toward a participatory legal pedagogy
E. Tammy Kim
639 The Joy of Judging
Hon. LaDoris H. Cordell (Ret.)
645 Reform at the Micro Level: Planning for a Life in the Law
Jennifer Gerarda Brown
Editorial Board


Vol. 43, No. 1, Winter 2008

1 Is Acquisition Everything? Protecting the Rights of Occupants Under the Fair Housing Act
Rigel C. Oliveri
65 The Tyranny of the Minority: Jim Crow and the Counter-Majoritarian Difficulty
Gabriel J. Chin & Randy Wagner
127 Trampling Whose Rights? Democratic Majority Rule and Racial Minorities: A Response to Chin and Wagner
Taunya Lovell Banks
165 Rereading the National Bank Act’s “At Pleasure” Provision: Preserving the Civil Rights of Thousands of Bank Employees
Miriam Jacks Achtenberg
183 Aging Out of Foster Care: Towards a Universal Safety Net for Former Foster Care Youth
Melinda Atkinson
213 Hein v. Freedom From Religion Foundation: Sitting This One Out – Denying Taxpayer Standing to Challenge Faith-Based Funding
Lauren S. Michaels
257 Correlative Rights and the Boundaries of Freedom: Protecting the Civil Rights of Endangered Women
Diane L. Rosenfeld
267 Maximal Safety, Minimal Intrusion: Monitoring Civil Protective Orders Without Implicating Privacy
Leah Satine
271 A Racial Justice Perspective on Monitoring Domestic Violence Offenders Using GPS Systems
Alanna Buchanan
277 Domestic Violence Defendants’ Jury Trial Rights in GPS Monitoring
Fred Medick
281 Applying the Lessons of GPS Monitoring of Batterers to Sex Offenders
Pamela Foohey
285 GPS Monitoring and Constitutional Rights
Zoila Hinson
Editorial Board


Vol. 42, No. 2, Summer 2007

ARTICLES
259 Latino Inter-Ethnic Employment Discrimination and the “Diversity” Defense
Tanya Katerí Hernández
317 Pluralism: A Principle for Children’s Rights
Holning Lau
ESSAYS
373 Roe Rage: Democratic Constitutionalism and Backlash
Robert Post, Reva Siegel
435 Backlash’s Travels
Cass R. Sunstein
NOTE
451 Trademark Law and Free Speech: Protection for Scandalous and Disparaging Marks
Regan Smith
CONVERSATION: RESIDENCY RESTRICTIONS ON SEX OFFENDERS
483 Next-Generation Sex Offender Statutes: Constitutional Challenges to Residency, Work, and Loitering Restrictions
Chiraag Bains
501 My Life Before and After HB 1059
Lori Sue Collins
513 Challenging the Banishment of Registered Sex Offenders from the State of Georgia: A Practitioner’s Perspective
Sarah Geraghty
531 Exile at Home: The Unintended Collateral Consequences of Sex Offender Residency Restrictions
Richard Tewksbury
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
541 Judicial Recognition of the Harms of Slavery: Consumer Fraud as an Alternative to Reparations Litigation
Tara Kolar Ramchandani
557 Doe v. Kamehameha: Section 1981 and the Future of Racial Preferences in Private Schools
Christopher W. Schmidt
THE HARVARD CR-CL PUBLIC INTEREST HONOREES
569 The Role of Community-Based Clinical Legal Education in Supporting Public Interest Lawyering
Robert Greenwald
573 Indigent Defendants and Enemy Combatants: Developing Prototypes for National Security Cases
James Klein
577 In Defense of Children
Patricia Puritz
Editorial Board

Vol. 42, No. 1, Winter 2007

1 Lawrence v. Texas and the Limits of the Criminal Law
Adil Ahmad Haque
45 Impunity: Sexual Abuse in Women’s Prisons
Kim Shayo Buchanan
89 “This Is Happening in Our Country”: Two Testimonials of Survivors of Prison Rape
Hope H., Brenda L.
99 The Immigrant Rights Marches of 2006 and the Prospects for a New Civil Rights Movement
Kevin R. Johnson, Bill Ong Hing
139 Veritas, Not Vengeance: An Examination of the Evidentiary Rules for Military Commissions in the War Against Terrorism
Eun Young Choi
191 If You Cannot Afford a Lawyer: Assessing the Constitutionality of Massachusetts’s Reimbursement Statute
Kate Levine
223 Samson v. California: Tearing Down a Pillar of Fourth Amendment Protections
Robert Cacace
239 Jones v. City of Los Angeles: A Moral Response to One City’s Attempt To Criminalize, Rather than Confront, Its Homelessness Crisis
Sarah Gerry
253 Confronting the Myth of Choice: Homelessness and Jones v. City of Los Angeles
Tanene Allison
Editorial Board

Vol. 41, No. 2, Summer 2006

Symposium: Pro Se Litigation Ten Years After AEDPA
289 Foreword
Breaking the Silence: Legal Scholarship as Social Change
Jocelyn Simonson
299 The Great Unobtainable Writ: Indigent Pro Se Litigation After the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996
Thomas C. O’Bryant
339 Confronting Mass Imprisonment and Restoring Fairness to Collateral Review of Criminal Cases
Bryan Stevenson
369 “The Power of the Pen”: Jailhouse Lawyers, Literacy, and Civic Engagement
Jessica Feierman
391 A Corrections Quandary: Mental Illness and Prison Rules
Jamie Fellner
Articles
413 The Blame Frame: Justifying (Racial) Injustice in America
Jon Hanson & Kathleen Hanson
481 Reconstruction Redux: Rehnquist, Morrison, and the Civil Rights Cases
Francisco M. Ugarte
Note
509 Marital Status as Property: Toward a New Jurisprudence for Gay Rights
Goutam U. Jois
Recent Developments
553 Comfort v. Lynn School Committee: Illustrating the Untapped Potential of an Explicit Link Between Voluntary Desegregation and Local Constitutionalism
Randall L. Jackson
581 Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District: Teaching Intelligent Design in Public Schools
Brenda Lee
591 Book Note
Editorial Board

 

Vol. 41, No. 1, Winter 2006

Essay
1 Weak-Form Judicial Review and “Core” Civil Liberties
Mark Tushnet
Articles
23 Rodrigo’s Roundelay: Hernandez v. Texas and the Interest-Convergence Dilemma
Richard Delgado
67 The USA PATRIOT Act and the Submajoritarian Fourth Amendment
Susan N. Herman
Notes
133 Defusing the Threat of RFID: Protecting Consumer Privacy Through Technology-Specific Legislation at the State Level
Laura Hildner
177 A Practical Jurisprudence of Values: Re-Writing Lechmere, Inc. v. NLRB
Joshua B. Shiffrin
219 Constitutional Conscience, Constitutional Capacity: The Role of Local Governments in Protecting Individual Rights
Samuel P. Tepperman-Gelfant
Recent Development
265 A “Shrink”-ing Privilege: United States v. Romo and the “Course of Diagnosis Requirement of the Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege
Nicholas Sydow
Editorial Board

 


Vol. 40, No. 2, Summer 2005

Essay
327 Balancing the Right to Protest in the Aftermath of September 11
Christopher Dunn
(PDF)
Articles
359 The Future of Community Justice
Adriaan Lanni
(PDF)
407 State, Be Not Proud: A Retributivist Defense of the Commutation of Death Row and the Abolition of the Death Penalty
Dan Markel
(PDF)
Note
481 Unconscious Bias Theory in Employment Discrimination Litigation
Audrey J. Lee
(PDF)
Recent Developments
505 Clark v. Martinez: Limited Statutory Construction Required by Constitutional Avoidance Offers Fragile Protection for Inadmissible Immigrants from Indefinite Detention
Jose Javier Rodriguez
(PDF)
523 Cuno v. DaimlerCrysler: Dormant Commerce Clause Limits State Location Tax Incentives
Veena Iyer
(PDF)
539 United States v. Booker and United States v. Fanfan: The Tireless March of Apprendi and the Intracourt Battle To Save Sentencing Reform
Douglas B. Bloom
(PDF)
Editorial Board

 


Vol. 40, No. 1, Winter 2005

Essay
1 Goodridge in Context
Mary L. Bonauto
(PDF)
Articles
71 Intersex Surgery, Female Genital Cutting, and the Selective Condemnation of “Cultural Practices”
Nancy Ehrenreich with Mark Barr
(PDF)
141 The Disabling Impact of Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life Actions
Wendy F. Hensel
(PDF)
Note
197 Protecting the Innocent: The Future of Mentally Disabled Tenants in Federally Subsidized Housing After HUD v. Rucker
Anne C. Fleming
(PDF)
Recent Developments
223 Crawford v. Washington: Confrontation Clause Forbids Admission of Testimonial Out-of-Court Statements Without Prior Opportunity to Cross-Examine
Won Shin
239 Hamdi v. Rumsfeld: Due Process Requires That Detainees Receive Notice and Opportunity To Contest Basis for Detention
Allison Elgart
251 Hiibel v. Sixth Judicial District Court: Stop and Identify Statutes Do Not Violate the Fourth or Fifth Amendments
Shelli Calland
265 Rasul v. Bush: Federal Courts Have Jurisdiction over Habeas Challenges and Other Claims Brought by Gauntanamo Detainees
Meredith B. Osborn
277 Smith v. City of Salem: Title VII Protects Contra-Gender Behavior
Thomas Ling
289 Sosa v. Alvarez-Machain: United States Courts as Forums for Human Rights Cases and the New Incorporation Debate
Benjamin Berkowitz
301 Tennessee v. Lane: Relaxing the Requirements for Civil Rights Legislation
Garrett Yoni Rosenzweig
313 Yarborough v. Alvarado: Self-Incrimination Clause Does Not Require Consideration of Age and Inexperience in the Miranda Custody Context
Tara L. Curtis
Editorial Board

 


Vol. 39, No. 2, Summer 2004

Essays
291 Democratic Honor: Liberal and Populist
Richard D. Parker
(PDF)
317 My Harvard Law School
William B. Rubenstein
(PDF)
Articles
335 O Say, Can You See: Free Expression by the Light of Fiery Crosses
Jeannine Bell
(PDF)
391 The Law and Genetics of Racial Profiling in Medicine
Erik Lillquist
Charles A. Sullivan
(PDF)
Notes
485 Turning Lemons into Lemonade: Making Georgia v. Ashcroft the Mobile v. Bolden of 2007
Jocelyn Benson
(PDF)
513 Challenging Punishment and Privatization: A Response to the Conviction of Regina McKnight
Shalini Bhargava
(PDF)
543 Reaching Out to the Most Insular Minorities: A Proposal for Improving Latino Access to the American Legal System
Daniel J. Rearick
(PDF)
585 Book Note (PDF)
Editorial Board

 


Vol. 39, No. 1, Winter 2004

Essay
1 About Your Masthead: A Preliminary Inquiry into the Compatibility of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
Richard Delgado
(PDF)
Articles
17 A Thirteenth Amendment Framework for Combating Racial Profiling
William M. Carter, Jr.
(PDF)
95 Secrecy in the Immigration Courts and Beyond: Considering the Right To Know in the Administrative State
Heidi Kitrosser
(PDF)
Notes
169 Can New Americans Achieve the American Dream? Promoting Homeownership in Immigrant Communities
Charu A. Chandrasekhar
(PDF)
217 Divining Hazelwood: The Need for a Viewpoint Neutrality Requirement in School Speech Cases
Susannah Barton Tobin
(PDF)
267 Book Notes (PDF)
Editorial Board

 


Vol. 38, No. 2, Summer 2003

Essay
279 Repairing the Past: New Efforts in the Reparations Debate in America
Charles J. Ogletree, Jr
(PDF)
Articles
321 Criminal Law Sanctuaries
Wayne A. Logan
(PDF)
393 The Constitutional Tort Action as Individual Remedy
James J. Park
(PDF)
Book Review
455 Intimacy and Racial Equality: The Limits of Antidiscrimination
R. Richard Banks
(PDF)
Notes
479 Reconceptualizing Meritocracy: The Decline of Disparate Impact Discrimination Law
Nicole J. De Sario
(PDF)
511 Marriage, Cruising, and Life in Between: Clarifying Organizational Positionalities in Pursuit of Polyvocal Gay-Based Advocacy
Douglas NeJaime
(PDF)
563 What’s the Big Deal? The Unconstitutionality of God in the Pledge of Allegiance
John E. Thompson
(PDF)
Editorial Board

 


Vol. 38, No. 1, Winter 2003

Articles
1 The New McCarthyism: Repeating History in the War on Terrorism
David Cole
(PDF)
31 Statutory Speech Bubbles, First Amendment Overbreadth, and Improper Legislative Purpose
Alan K. Chen
(PDF)
91 Discrimination in Workplace Dynamics: Toward a Structural Account of Disparate Treatment Theory
Tristin K. Green
(PDF)
159 Queers Anonymous: Lesbians, Gay Men, Free Speech, and Cyberspace
Edward Stein
(PDF)
Notes
215 Keep Out: Responding to Public Housing No-Trespass Policies
Elena Goldstein
(PDF)
247 “Head Start Works Because We Do”: Head Start Programs, Community Action Agencies, and the Struggle over Unionization
Eloise Pasachoff
(PDF)
Editorial Board

 


Vol. 37, No. 2, Summer 2002

Articles
A Brief History of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review
Morton Horwitz
The Sexualization of Difference: A Comparison of Mixed-Race and Same-Gender Marriage
Josephine Ross
Judging Remedies: Judicial Approaches to Housing Segregation
Peter H. Schuck
Book Review
Explaining the Rise and Fall of African American Fortunes—Interest Convergence and Civil Rights Gains
Richard Delgado
Notes
Employment at (God’s) Will: The Constitutionality of Antidiscrimination Exemptions in Charitable Choice Legislation
Laura Mutterperl
Mommy Dearest: The Focus on the Family in Legal Feminism
Kerry L. Quinn
Worshipping Substantive Equality over Formal Neutrality: Applying the Endorsement Test to Sect-Specific Legislative Accommodations
Anjali Sakaria

 


Vol. 37, No. 1, Winter 2002

Articles
Regulating Race: Asian Exclusion and the Administrative State
Gabriel J. Chin
Rules, Standards, and Bush v. Gore: Form and the Law of Democracy
Spencer Overton
Something Important in Humanity
Joseph William Singer
Notes
Preserving “Catalyst” Attorneys’ Fees Under the Freedom of Information Act in the Wake of Buckhannon Board and Care Home v. West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources
David Arkush
Republic of South Africa’s Prevention of Orgnaized Crime Act: A Comparative Bill of Rights Analysis
Deepak Gupta
The Problem with Posner as Art Critic: Linnemeir v. Board of Trustees of Purdue University Fort Wayne
Lindsay Harrison
Reconstructing Family: Constructive Trust at Relational Dissolution
Laura Weinrib



36 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 2001)

Articles

PUNITIVE DAMAGES IN FAIR HOUSING LITIGATION: ENDING UNWISE RESTRICTIONS ON A NECESSARY REMEDY
Timothy J. Moran

UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS IN THE WORKPLACE: THE FALLACY OF LABOR PROTECTION AND THE NEED FOR REFORM
Lori A. Nessel

DISABLING DISCRIMINATION IN OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS: COMpREHENSIVE LEGAL CHALLENGES TO INAPPROPRIATE AND INADEQUATE SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES FOR MINORITY CHILDREN
Daniel J. Losen & Kevin G. Welner

Notes

LEGITIMIZING COMMUNITY CONSENT TO LOCAL POLICING: THE NEED FOR DEMOCRATICALLY NEGOTIATED COMMUNITY REPRESENTATION ON CIVILIAN ADVISORY COUNSELS
Reenah L. Kim

BROADENING THE SCOPE OF SCHOOL FINANCE AND RESOURCE COMPARABILITY LITIGATION
Julie Zwibelman

Recent Developments

REFORMING WELFARE AFTER WELFARE REFORM–REYNOLDS V. GIULIANI
Alice Bers



36 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 2001)

Articles

ON POSTMODERN FEMINIST LEGAL THEORY
Maxine Eichner

MARRIAGE AS A TRADE: BRIDGING THE PRIVATE/PRIVATE DISTINCTION
Martha M. Ertman

ACCOMMODATING LINGUISTIC DIFFERENCE: TOWARD A COMPREHENSIVE THEORY OF LANGUAGE RIGHTS IN THE UNITED STATES
Cristina M. Rodríguez

Note

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE CHILD: TROXEL V. GRANVILLE AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF FAMILY MEMBERS
Alessia Bell



35 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 2000)

Articles

“THE SEXUAL FREEDOM CASES”? CONTRACEPTION, ABORTION, ABSTINENCE, AND THE CONSTITUTION
David B. Cruz

THE PUZZLE OF INTERLOCKING POWER HIERARCHIES: SHARING THE PIECES OF JURISDICTIONAL AUTHORITY
Ayelet Shachar

GHETTOES MADE EASY: THE METAMARKET/ANTIMARKET DICHOTOMY AND THE LEGAL CHALLENGES OF INNER-CITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
David Dante Troutt

Notes

MASSACHUSETTS’S SEXUALLY DANGEROUS PERSONS LEGISLATION: CAN JURIES MAKE A BAD LAW BETTER?
Lisa Kavanaugh

READING THE PRIVILEGES OR IMMUNITIES CLAUSE: TEXTUAL IRONY, ANALYTICAL REVISIONISM, AND AN INTERPRETIVE TRUCE
Daniel J. Levin



35 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 2000)

Articles

EXPRESSIVE IDENTITY: RECUPERATING DISSENT FOR EQUALITY
Nan D. Hunter

THE DOMESTIC FOURTH AMENDMENT RIGHTS OF UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS: ON GUTIERREZ AND THE TORT LAW/IMMIGRATION LAW PARALLEL
Victor C. Romero

CREATING CRIMINALS: THE INJURIES INFLICTED BY “UNENFORCED” SODOMY LAWS
Christopher R. Leslie

THE FIRST AMENDMENT AFTER RENO V. AMERICAN-ARAB ANTI-DISCRIMINATION COMMITTEE: A DIFFERENT BILL OF RIGHTS FOR ALIENS?
Maryam Kamali Miyamoto

Note

PROTECTING CONSUMERS FROM PREDATORY LENDERS: DEFINING THE PROBLEM AND MOVING TOWARD WORKABLE SOLUTIONS
Deborah Goldstein

Recent Development

IMMUNITY AS AN ESSENTIAL ELEMENT OF STATEHOOD–ALDEN V. MAINE
Archis Parasharami

Essay

PERSONALLY PROFESSIONAL: A LAW STUDENT IN SEARCH OF AN ADVOCACY MODEL
Sophie Bryan



34 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1999)

Articles

OPERATIONS OF LEGAL RHETORIC: EXAMINING TRANSSEXUAL AND JUDICIAL IDENTITY
Susan Etta Keller

RESISTANCE TO SAME-SEX MARRIAGE AS A STORY ABOUT LANGUAGE: LINGUISTIC FAILURE AND THE PRIORITY OF A LIVING LANGUAGE
Mae Kuykendall

LIVE ART AND THE AUDIENCE: TOWARD A SPEAKER-FOCUSED FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
Anne Salzman Kurzweg

Notes

EXPANDING THE MARKET FOR JUSTICE: ARGUMENTS FOR EXTENDING IN-PERSON CLIENT SOLICITATION
Amy Busa & Carl G. Sussman

SILENT SEGREGATION IN OUR NATION’S SCHOOLS
Daniel J. Losen

SCHOOL FINANCE BATTLES: SURVEY SAYS? IT’S ALL JUST A CHANGE IN ATTITUDES
Joseph S. Pratt

MULTIPLE MASCULINITIES: A NEW VISION FOR SAME-SEX HARASSMENT LAW
Rachel L. Toker

REACHING MRS. MURPHY: A CALL FOR THE REPEAL OF THE MRS. MURPHY EXEMPTION TO THE FAIR HOUSING ACT
James D. Walsh


34 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1999)

In Memoriam

JUDGE A. LEON HIGGINBOTHAM, JR.’S CIVIL RIGHTS LEGACY
Charles J. Ogletree, Jr.

Articles

THE WARREN COURT AND THE CONCEPT OF A RIGHT
David Luban

IS THIS AMERICA? THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND THE RIGHT TO VOTE
Jamin B. Raskin

THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT: A WINDFAL FOR DEFENDANTS
Ruth Colker

LOVING’S LEGACY: THE OTHER ANTIDISCRIMINATION PRINCIPLES
Allison Moore

RECOGNIZING A CAUSE OF ACTION UNDER TITLE IX FOR STUDENT-STUDENT SEXUAL HARASSMENT
Courtney G. Joslin

Note

THE TEXAS TEN PERCENT PLAN
Danielle Holley and Delia Spencer

Recent Development

TWO STEPS FORWARD, ONE STEP BACK: THE SUPREME COURT’S TREATMENT OF TEACHER-STUDENT SEXUAL HARASSMENT IN GEBSTER V. LAGO VISTA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
Amy Busa

Recent Publication

WE THE PEOPLE: TRANSFORMATIONS BY BRUCE ACKERMAN
Maria Seferian



33 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1998)

Symposium: Reason, Passion & the Progress of Law: Remembering and Advancing the Constitutional Vision of William J. Brennan
Symposium Addresses:

PREFACE
Garry W. Jenkins and Amy E. McManus

WELCOME ADDRESS
Frank I. Michelman

DINNER ADDRESS
Bill Lann Lee

KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Abner J. Mikva

Articles

THE WAY OUT: A LEGAL STANDARD FOR IMPOSING ALTERNATIVE ELECTORAL SYSTEMS AS VOTING RIGHTS REMEDIES
Steven J. Mulroy

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION: THE DIVERSITY RATIONALE AND THE COMPELLING INTEREST TEST
Goodwin Liu

SPEECH AND THE SELF-REALIZATION VALUE
Brian C. Murchison

NEUTRALITY AND THE RELIGIOUS CAUSES
Dhananjai Shivakumar

Notes

THE WAGING OF WELFARE: ALL WORK AND NO PAY?
Craig L. Briskin and Kimberly A. Thomas

WELFARE REFORM, UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION, AND THE SOCIAL WAGE: DISMANTLING FAMILY SUPPORT UNDER WISCONSIN’S W-2 WORKFARE PLAN
Brendan P. Lynch


33 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1998)

Articles

CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURES AND FREE SPEECH
C. Edwin Baker

EFFICIENCY WAGES, TOURNAMENTS, AND DISCRIMINATION: A THEORY OF EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW FOR “HIGH LEVEL” JOBS
David Charny and G. Mitu Gulati

IT IS LAWYERS WE ARE FUNDING: A CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE TO THE 1996 RESTRICTIONS ON THE LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION
Jessica A. Roth

Forum

DON’T GIVE ME YOUR TIRED, YOUR POOR: CONFLICTED IMMIGRANT STORIES AND WELFARE REFORM
Bill Ong Hing

ON THE GUARDING OF BORDERS
Lucie White

Notes

PUBLIC FUNDING FOR DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS: A RATIONAL SOLUTION TO RATIONAL DISCRIMINATION AND THE DISABILITIES OF THE ADA
Scott A. Moss and Daniel A. Malin

SAME-SEX MARRIAGE AND SIMULACRA: EXPLORING CONCEPTIONS OF EQUALITY
Heather Lauren Hughes

Recent Developments

REINING IN THE NATIONAL DRUG TESTING EPIDEMIC–CHANDLER v. MILLER
Nathan A. Brown

TYING THE HANDS OF CONGRESS–CITY OF BOERNE v. FLORES
Rachel Toker



32 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1997)

Symposium Address

BOWERS + TEN: LITIGATION, LEGISLATION, AND COMMUNITY ACTIVISM
Barney Frank

Articles

RODRIGO’S FOURTEENTH CHRONICLE: AMERICAN APOCALYPSE
Richard Delgado

SCHOOLS WITHOUT RULES? CHARTER SCHOOLS, FEDERAL DISABILITY LAW, AND THE PARADOXES OF DEREGULATION
Jay P. Heubert

IS ACTUARIALLY FAIR INSURANCE PRICING ACTUALLY FAIR?: A CASE STUDY IN INSURING BATTERED WOMEN
Deborah S. Hellman

THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO “CONSERVATIVE” REVOLUTION
David C. Williams

Notes

CELEBRITY PRIVACY RIGHTS AND FREE SPEECH: RECALIBRATING TORT REMEDIES FOR “OUTED” CELEBRITIES
Hilary E. Ware

AT WHAT COST?: AN ARGUMENT AGAINST MANDATORY AZT TREATMENT OF HIV-POSITIVE PREGNANT WOMEN
Samantha Catherine Halem

“SPECIAL NEEDS” AND THE FOURTH AMENDMENT: AN EXCEPTION POISED TO SWALLOW THE WARRANT PREFERENCE RULE

Jennifer Y. Buffaloe

Recent Publication

LAURA KALMON, THE STRANGE CAREER OF LEGAL LIBERALISM
Alexandra Lahav



32 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1997)

Articles

ELLICKSON ON “CHRONIC MISCONDUCT” IN URBAN SPACES: OF PANHANDLERS, BENCH SQUATTERS, AND DAY LABORERS
Stephen R. Munzer

THE CONSTRUCTION OF O.J. SIMPSON AS A RACIAL VICTIM
Devon W. Carbado

FALSE CONFESSIONS AND THE CONSTITUTION: SAFEGUARDS AGAINST UNWORTHY CONFESSIONS
Welsh S. White

REINVIGORATING AUTONOMY: FREEDOM AND RESPONSIBILITY IN THE SUPREME COURT’S FIRST AMENDMENT JURISPRUDENCE
Christina E. Wells

Recent Developments

THE FINAL FREEDOM: MAINTAINING AUTONOMY AND VALUING LIFE IN PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDES–QUILL v. VACCO, COMPASSION IN DYING v. WASHINGTON, LEE v. OREGON
Rachel D. Kleinberg and Toshiro M. Mochizuki

EQUAL PROTECTION AND ANTI-GAY LEGISLATION: DISMANTLING THE LEGACY OF BOWERS v. HARDWICK–ROMER v. EVANS
Courtney G. Joslin

AN APPEAL BY ANY OTHER NAME: CONGRESS’S EMPTY VICTORY OVER HABEAS RIGHTS–FELKER v. TURPIN
Scott Moss



31 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1996)

Symposium: Political Lawyering: Conversations on Progressive Social Change

POLITICAL LAWYERING: AN INTRODUCTION
Martha Minow

Response Essays

STEADY WORK: A PRACTITIONER’S REFLECTIONS ON POLITICAL LAWYERING
Gary Bellow

TO BE A POLITICAL LAWYER
Peter M. Cicchino

AN AVERSION TO CLIENTS: LOVING HUMANITY AND HATING HUMAN BEINGS
Gerald P. Lopez

Articles

MITIGATION, MERCY, AND DELAY: THE MORAL POLITICS OF DEATH PENALTY ABOLITIONISTS
Anthony V. Alfieri

NARRATIVE STRATEGY AND DEATH PENALTY ADVOCACY
Austin Sarat

(DIS)ASSEMBLING RIGHTS OF WOMEN WORKERS ALONG THE GLOBAL ASSEMBLY LINE: HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE GARMENT INDUSTRY
Laura Ho, Catherine Powell, and Leti Volpp

EMBEDDED PRACTICES: LAWYERS, CLIENTS, AND SOCIAL CHANGE
Louise G. Trubek

AM I MY CLIENT?: THE ROLE CONFUSION OF A LAWYER ACTIVIST
Nancy D. Polikoff

DEVELOPING MICROBUSINESSES IN PUBLIC HOUSING; NOTES FROM THE FIELD
Margaret Beebe Held

Note

AFTER THE FEDERALIZATION BINGE: A CIVIL LIBERTIES HANGOVER
Greg Hollon

Recent Developments

ENGLISH-ONLY LAWS, INFORMATIONAL INTERESTS, AND THE MENAING OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT IN A PLURALISTIC SOCIETY–YNIGUEZ V. ARIZONIANS FOR OFFICIAL ENGLISH
Martina Stewart

SAME-SEX INTIMATE AND EXPRESSIVE ASSOCIATION: THE PICKERING BALANCING TEST OR STRICT SCRUTINY?–SHAHAR V. BOWERS
Scott D. Wiener

Recent Publication

LUCY E. SALYER, LAWS HARSH AS TIGERS: CHINESE IMMIGRANTS AND THE SHAPING OF MODERN IMMIGRATION LAW
Nina Wang



31 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1996)

Articles

NEGATIVE ACTION AGAINST ASIAN AMERICANS: THE INTERNAL INSTABILITY OF DWORKIN’S DEFENSE OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
Jerry Kang

DESTRUCTURING DISABILITY: RATIONING OF HEALTH CARE AND UNFAIR DISCRIMINATION AGAINST THE SICK
David Orentlicher

THE JACOB WETTERLING CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN AND SEXUALLY VIOLENT OFFENDER REGISTRATION ACT: AN UNCONSTITUTIONAL DEPRIVATION OF THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY AND SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS
Caroline Louise Lewis

GEOGRAPHICALLY SEXUAL?: ADVANCING LESBIAN AND GAY INTERESTS THROUGH PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION
Darren Rosenblum

FIGHTING SECTION 8 DISCRIMINATION: THE FAIR HOUSING ACT’S NEW FRONTIER
Paula Beck

Note

POPULAR JUSTICE: STATE JUDICIAL ELECTIONS AND PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS
Scott D. Wiener

Recent Developments

JUSTICE O’CONNOR’S BLIND RATIONALIZATION OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION JURISPRUDENCE–ADARAND CONSTRUCTORS, INC. v. PENA, 115 S. CT. 2097 (1995)
Sameer M. Ashar and Lisa F. Opoku

LIMITING FEDERAL COURT POWER TO IMPOSE SCHOOL DESEGREGATION REMEDIES–MISSOURI v. JENKINS, 115 S. Ct. 2097 (1995)
Carter M. Stewart and S. Felicita Torres

A JEFFERSONIAN NIGHTMARE: THE SUPREME COURT LAUNCHES A CONFUSED ATTACK ON THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE–ROSENBERGER v. RECTOR AND VISITORS OF UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, 115 S. Ct. 2510 (1995)
Ben Brown

Recent Publication

JAMES F. SIMON, THE CENTER HOLDS: THE POWER STRUGGLE INSIDE THE REHNQUIST COURT
Colin Meeder



30 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1995)

Symposium: Economic Justice in America’s Cities: Visions and Revisions of a Movement

INTRODUCTION: THIRTY YEARS IN AMERICA’S CITIES: LOTS OF MOVEMENT, NOT MUCH JUSTICE
Lucie E. White

ROUNDING OUT THE TABLE: OPENING AN IMPOVERISHED POVERTY DISCOURSE TO COMMUNITY VOICES
Brad Sears

WELFARE REFORM AT THE LIMIT: THE FUTILITY OF “ENDING WELFARE AS WE KNOW IT”
Larry Cata Backer

WE MAKE THE ROAD BY WALKING: IMMIGRANT WORKERS, THE WORKPLACE PROJECT, AND THE STRUGGLE FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
Jennifer Gordon

TRANSFORMING SECTION 8: USING FEDERAL HOUSING SUBSIDIES TO PROMOTE INDIVIDUAL HOUSING CHOICE AND DESEGREGATION
Philip D. Tegler, Michael L. Hanley, and Judith Liben

BRINGING SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT TO URBAN NEIGHBORHOODS
Robert E. Suggs

Notes

LISTEN TO THE CHILDREN: THE DECISION TO TRANSFER JUVENILES TO ADULT COURT
Catherine R. Guttman

EASING THE FEAR OF TOO MUCH JUSTICE: A COMPROMISE PROPOSAL TO REVISE THE RACIAL JUSTICE ACT
Paul Schoeman

Recent Development

THE FOURTH AMENDMENT’S FORCING OF FLAWED CHOICES: GIVING CONTENT TO FREEDOM FOR RESIDENTS OF PUBLIC HOUSING–PRATT v. CHICAGO HOUSING AUTHORITY
Erika R. George



30 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1995)

Thirtieth Anniversary Issue Articles

LIBERATING THE THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT
Douglas L. Colbert

THE COLOR OF TRADITION: CRITICAL RACE THEORY AND POSTMODERN CONSTITUTIONAL TRADITIONALISM
Robert L. Hayman, Jr.

SELLING THE INTEGRITY OF THE SYSTEM OF PRECEDENT: SELECTIVE PUBLICATION, DEPUBLICATION, AND VACATUR
Howard Slavitt

Review Essay

PORNOGRAPHY LEFT AND RIGHT (RICHARD A. POSNER, SEX AND REASON; EDWARD DE GRAZIA, GIRLS LEAN BACK EVERYWHERE: THE LAW OF OBSCENITY AND THE ASSAULT ON GENIUS
Catharine A. MacKinnon

Note

SAFE ENOUGH TO LEARN: PLACING AN AFFIRMATIVE DUTY OF PROTECTION ON PUBLIC SCHOOLS UNDER 42 U.S.C. SECTION 1983
Deborah Austern Colson

Recent Developments

FALLING THROUGH THE CRACKS: VOTING RIGHTS AND THE CENSUS–CITY OF NEW YORK V. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Nathan Judish and Julia E. Judish

SEPARATIST RELIGIOUS GROUPS AND THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE–BOARD OF EDUCATION OF KIRYAS JOEL VILLAGE SCHOOL DISTRICT v. GRUMET
Alison Wheeler

THE SEARCH FOR CITIZEN-SOLDIERS: FEMALE CADETS AND THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE–UNITED STATES v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA
Juliette Kayyem

Recent Publications

MICHAEL NAVA AND ROBERT DAWIDOFF, CREATED EQUAL: WHY GAY RIGHTS MATTER TO AMERICA
Scott D. Wiener

KARIN AGUILAR-SAN JUAN, ED., THE STATE OF ASIAN AMERICA: ACTIVISM AND RESISTANCE IN THE 1990S
Perry S. Chen and Kenly Kiya Kato



29 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1994)

Symposium: Stonewall at 25

INTRODUCTION: STONEWALL AT 25
The Editors

Articles

THE GAY CIVIL RIGHTS DEBATE IN THE STATES: DECODING THE DISCOURSE OF EQUIVALENTS
Jane S. Schacter

FROM HAND-HOLDING TO SODOMY: FIRST AMENDMENT PROTECTION OF HOMOSEXUAL (EXPRESSIVE) CONDUCT
David Cole and William N. Eskridge, Jr.

GAY MEN, AIDS, AND THE CODE OF THE CONDOM
David L. Chambers

HATE CRIMES, HOMOSEXUALS, AND THE CONSTITUTION
Anthony S. Winer

THE DEMISE OF THE HOMOSEXUAL EXCLUSION: NEW POSSIBILITIES FOR GAY AND LESBIAN IMMIGRATION
Robert Foss

Notes

TURF WARS: STREET GANGS, LOCAL GOVERNMENTS, AND THE BATTLE FOR PUBLIC SPACE
Terence R. Boga

AGAINST MARRIAGE
Steven K. Homer

WHERE DO MIXED BABIES BELONG? RACIAL CLASSIFICATION IN AMERICA AND ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR TRANSRACIAL ADOPTION
Julie C. Lythcott-Haims

Recent Developments

WINNING ARGUMENTS/LOSING THEMSELVES: THE (DYS) FUNCTIONAL APPROACH IN THOMAS S. v. ROBIN Y.
Brad Sears

CIVIL RIGHTS AND SPECIAL WRONGS–THE AMENDMENT 2 LITIGATION
Pamela Coukos

Recent Publication

CATHARINE A. MACKINNON, ONLY WORDS
Elizabeth Matthews



29 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1994)

Articles

THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF RACE: SOME OBSERVATIONS ON ILLUSION, FABRICATION, AND CHOICE
Ian F. Haney Lopez

WASHINGTON v. DAVIS AND THE OBJECTIVE THEORY OF CONTRACTS
Todd Rakoff

THE WAR ON DRUGS: THE PRIVILEGE AGAINST SELF-INCRIMINATION FALLS VICTIM TO STATE TAXATION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES
Ann L. Iijima

IN THE DEFENSE OF FREEDOM AND EQUALITY: THE AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
Nadine Strossen

AN ACLU TRADITIONALIST REPLIES
David Goldberger

FIRST AMENDMENT FORMALISM IS GIVING WAY TO FIRST AMENDMENT LEGAL REALISM
Richard Delgado

Notes

NOT EVEN HIS NAME: IS THE DENIGRATION OF CRAZY HORSE CUSTER’S FINAL REVENGE?
Jessica R. Herrera

THE MERCY OF SCALIA: STATUTORY CONSTRUCTION AND THE RULE OF LENITY
Sarah Newland

Recent Development

WHITE LINES, BLACK DISTRICTS–SHAW v. RENO AND THE DILUTION OF THE ANTI-DILUTION PRINCIPLE
Anthony Q. Fletcher

Recent Publications

WILLIAM B. RUBENSTEIN, LESBIANS, GAY MEN, AND THE LAW
Brad Sears

ALICE VACHSS, SEX CRIMES: TEN YEARS ON THE FRONT LINES PROSECUTING RAPISTS AND CONFRONTING THEIR COLLABORATORS
Stephanie Bunting



28 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1993)

Symposium: In Your Midst: Contributions of Women of Color in the Law
INTRODUCTION

ON BEING A GORILLA IN YOUR MIDST, OR, THE LIFE OF ONE BLACK WOMAN IN THE LEGAL ACADEMY
Jennifer M. Russell

Articles

STEALING AWAY: BLACK WOMEN, OUTLAW CULTURE AND THE RHETORIC OF RIGHTS
Monica J. Evans

NEGLECTED STORIES AND THE LAWFULNESS OF ROE V. WADE
Peggy Cooper Davis

STRUCTURES OF SUBORDINATION: WOMEN OF COLOR AT THE INTERSECTION OF TITLE VII AND THE NLRA. NOT!
Elizabeth M. Iglesias

Notes

FALSE HOPE OR A REALIZABLE RIGHT? THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RIGHT TO SHELTER UNDER THE AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS’ PROPOSED BILL OF RIGHTS FOR SOUTH AFRICA
Kim Robinson

HAGUE v. CIO AND THE ROOTS OF PUBLIC FORUM DOCTRINE: TRANSLATING LIMITS OF POWERS INTO INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS
Richard T. Pfohl

Recent Developments

A DUBIOUS VICTORY FOR THE RIGHT OF FREE SPEECH–SIMON & SCHUSTER, INC. v. MEMBERS OF THE NEW YORK STATE CRIME VICTIMS BOARD
Tanya Herrera

FEDERAL CHILD PORNOGRAPHY LAW’S SCIENTER REQUIREMENT–UNITED STATES v. X-CITEMENT VIDEO, INC.
Robert F. Schwartz



28 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1993)

Articles

ROSIE O’NEILL GOES TO LAW SCHOOL: THE CLINICAL EDUCATION OF THE SENSITIVE NEW AGE PUBLIC DEFENDER
Abbe Smith

RIGHTS HELD HOSTAGE: RACE, IDEOLOGY AND THE PEREMPTORY CHALLENGE
Kenneth B. Nunn

HARBORING, SANCTUARY AND THE CRIME OF CHARITY UNDER FEDERAL IMMIGRATION LAW
Gregory A. Loken and Lisa R. Babino

Note

THE PUBLIC HARM OF PRIVATE VIOLENCE: RAPE, SEX DISCRIMINATION AND CITIZENSHIP
Brande Stellings

Recent Development

ANOTHER SKIRMISH IN THE EQUAL EDUCATION BATTLE–FREEMAN v. PITTS
Lisa A. Stewart

Recent Publications

GERALD P. LOPEZ, REBELLIOUS LAWYERING: ONE CHICANO’S VISION OF PROGRESSIVE LEGAL PRACTICE
Mitchell A. Kamin

DERRICK A. BELL, JR., FACES AT THE BOTTOM OF THE WELL: THE PERMANENCE OF RACISM
Stephanie Goodman

ARCHIE EPPS, MALCOLM X: SPEECHES AT HARVARD
Christopher J. Arias-Piranio



27 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1992)

Symposium: The State of Civil Liberties: Where Do We Go From Here?
A Tribute to Norman Dorsen

A TRIBUTE TO NORMAN DORSEN
William J. Brennan, Jr.

NORMAN DORSEN: A TRIBUTE
James L. Oakes

TRUTH, JUSTICE, AND WHITE PAPER
Stephen Gillers

TRIBUTE TO NORMAN DORSEN, ACLU LEADER
Nadine Strossen

WRITINGS AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES OF NORMAN DORSEN

Articles

UNIVERSITIES, RACIST SPEECH AND DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA: AN ESSAY FOR THE ACLU
Frank Michelman

GHOSTS IN THE ATTIC: IDEALIZED PLURALISM, COMMUNITY AND HATE SPEECH
Burt Neuborne

ENVISIONING A FUTURE FOR REPRODUCTIVE LIBERTY: STRATEGIES FOR MAKING THE RIGHTS REAL
Rachael N. Pine and Sylvia A. Law

POLICE ABUSE: CAN THE VIOLENCE BE CONTAINED?
David Rudovsky

THE FIRST AMENDMENT, THE POLITICS OF RELIGION AND THE SYMBOLS OF GOVERNMENT
Kenneth L. Karst

LIFE AFTER HARDWICK
Nan D. Hunter

LESBIAN AND GAY RIGHTS LITIGATION BEFORE A HOSTILE FEDERAL JUDICIARY: EXTRACTING BENEFIT FROM PERIL
Thomas B. Stoddard

Comment

CALCULATING INJUSTICE: THE FIXATION ON PUNISHMENT AS CRIME CONTROL
Michele H. Kalstein, Kirstie A. McCornock, Seth A. Rosenthal, Katherine M. Nicholson, John Raphling, and Brande Stellings

Note

BURDENS HARD TO BEAR: A THEOLOGY OF CIVIL RIGHTS
Rachel Mariner

Recent Publication

Martin Luther King, Jr., THE PAPERS OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., VOLUME I: CALLED TO SERVE (JANUARY 1929-JUNE 1951)
Peter M. Cicchino



27 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1992)

A Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall

PRINCIPLED JUSTICE: A PERSONAL REFLECTION ON JUSTICE MARSHALL
Virginia Whitner Hoptman

Articles

RE-COGNIZING INEQUALITY: REBELLION, REDEMPTION AND THE STRUGGLE FOR TRANSCENDENCE IN THE EQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAW
Robert L. Hayman, Jr.

“IT’S THE THIRD WORLD DOWN THERE!”: THE COLONIALIST VOCATION AND AMERICAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
James M. Doyle

THE SUPREME COURT AND THE DUTY OF FAIR REPRESENTATION
Martin H. Malin

Note

CREATING SPACE FOR RACIAL DIFFERENCE: THE CASE FOR AFRICAN-AMERICAN SCHOOLS
Christopher Steskal

Recent Developments

DEFENDANTS’ WRONGS AND VICTIMS’ RIGHTS–PAYNE v. TENNESSEE
Catherine Bendor

A JUDICIAL BLOW TO THE MILITARY’S ANTI-GAY POLICIES–PRUITT v. CHENEY
Chad S. Johnson

A TRUNK FULL OF TROUBLE–HARMELIN v. MICHIGAN
G. David Hackney

Recent Publications

DRUCILLA CORNELL, BEYOND ACCOMMODATION: ETHICAL FEMINISM, DECONSTRUCTION, AND THE LAW
Edward H. Mills, Jr.

STEPHEN L. CARTER, REFLECTIONS OF AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION BABY
Eric Spooner

MARY ANN GLENDON, RIGHTS TALK: THE IMPOVERISHMENT OF POLITICAL DISCOURSE
Joan T. Brown

PAUL CHERIGNY, GIGS: JAZZ AND THE CABARET LAWS IN NEW YORK CITY
Michelle Quash



26 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1991)

Articles

CONFESSIONS, CRIMINALS AND COMMUNITY
Sheri Lynn Johnson

THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT: ANALYSIS AND IMPLICATIONS OF A SECO. 1 (Winter 1991)

A Tribute to Justice William J. Brennan, Jr.

A TRIBUTE TO MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN
Harry A. Blackmun

MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN-AN APPRECIATION
Richard S. Arnold

Articles

“RATHER THAN THE FREE”: FREE BLACKS IN COLONIAL AND ANTEBELLUM VIRGINIA
A. Leon Higginbotham, Jr. and Greer C. Bosworth

THE POWER OF LANGUAGE BEYOND WORDS: LAW AS INVITATION
Emily Fowler Hartigan

THE INTERCONNECTED EPIDEMICS OF DRUG DEPENDENCY AND AIDS
Larry Gostin

Note

CHILD ABUSE TRIALS AND THE CONFRONTATION OF TRAUMATIZED WITNESSES: DEFINING “CONFRONTATION” TO PROTECT BOTH CHILDREN AND DEFENDANTS
Brian L. Schwalb

Recent Developments

ANONYMOUS TIPS, INVESTIGATORY STOPS AND INARTICULATE HUNCHES–ALABAMA v. WHITE
Joe Metcalfe

THE FIRST AMENDMENT, ATTORNEY DISCIPLINE AND PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY–DOE v. SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA AND THE FLORIDA BAR
Wendy J. Thurm

BRINGING HATE CRIME INTO FOCUS–THE HATE CRIME STATISTICS ACT OF 1990
Joseph M. Fernandez

Recent Publications

ROBERT A WILLIAMS, JR., THE AMERICAN INDIAN IN WESTERN LEGAL THOUGHT: THE DISCOURSES OF CONQUEST
Richard T. Pfohl

FRANK R. PARKER, BLACK VOTES COUNT: POLITICAL EMPOWERMENT IN MISSISSIPPI AFTER 1965
Mary L. Clark

SHELBY STEELE, THE CONTENT OF OUR CHARACTER
Cassandra Q. Butts

STEVEN SHIFFRIN, THE FIRST AMENDMENT, DEMOCRACY, AND ROMANCE
Jean McLoughlin



25 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1990)

Developing New Approaches to Civil Rights for the 1990′s

WHERE WE’VE BEEN, WHERE WE’RE GOING: A VISION OF RACIAL JUSTICE IN THE 1990′S
Julian Bond

LEGISLATIVE RESPONSES TO HATE-MOTIVATED VIOLENCE: THE MASSACHUSETTS EXPERIENCE AND BEYOND
Virginia Nia Lee and Joseph M. Fernandez

Articles

EFFICIENCY’S THREAT TO THE VALUE OF ACCESSIBLE COURTS FOR MINORITIES
Eric K. Yamamoto

RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IN CONTRACT PERFORMANCE: PATTERSON AND A STATE LAW ALTERNATIVE
Steven J. Burton

Comment

RECONSTRUCTION, DECONSTRUCTION AND LEGISLATIVE RESPONSE: THE 1988 SUPREME COURT TERM AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1990
Sondra Hemeryck, Cassandra Butts, Laura Jehl, Adrienne Koch, and Matthew Sloan

Note

WAIVING RIGHTS AND BURNING FLAGS: THE SEARCH FOR A VALID STATE INTEREST IN FLAG PROTECTION
Gregory Herbert

Recent Publications

Laurence H. Tribe, ABORTION: THE CLASH OF ABSOLUTES
Vada Berger

GUY CARAWAN AND CANDIE CARAWAN, EDS., SING FOR FREEDOM: THE STORY OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT THROUGH ITS SONGS
Angela Dorn and Gretchen C. von Helms



25 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1990)

Articles

SEXIST SPEECH IN THE WORKPLACE
Marcy Strauss

JUDICIAL REVIEW OF AMNESTY DENIALS: MUST ALIENS BET THEIR LIVES TO GET INTO COURT?
Daniel Kanstroom

RETHINKING MINORITY BUSINESS STRATEGIES
Robert E. Suggs

Recent Developments

AN ACT RELATIVE TO CIVIL RIGHTS UNDER LAW
Ian Fidencio Haney Lopez

THE COURT DECLINES IN FAIRNESS–TEAGUE v. LANE
Eliot F. Krieger

REDEFINING THE FAMILY–BRASCHI v. STAHL ASSOCIATES
James D. Esseks

FORFEITING THE RIGHT TO COUNSEL–UNITED STATES v. MONSANTO AND CAPLIN & DRYSDALE, CHARTERED v. UNITED STATES
Steve Dettelbach

FIRST AMENDMENT OVERBREADTH DOCTRINE–MASSACHUSETTS v. OAKES
Tim Moran

Recent Publications

DOROTHY NELKIN AND LAURENCE TANCREDI, DANGEROUS DIAGNOSTICS: THE SOCIAL POWER OF BIOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Jennifer DuFault

BUD SCHULTZ AND RUTH SCHULTZ, IT DID HAPPEN HERE: RECOLLECTIONS OF POLITICAL REPRESSION IN AMERICA
Steven R. Peikin

KENNETH L. KARST, BELONGING TO AMERICA
Deborah Hellman



24 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Spring 1989)

Articles

DECLARING ENGLISH THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE: PREJUDICE SPOKEN HERE
Antonio J. Califa

MINORITY LAW PROFESSORS’ LIVES: THE BELL-DELGADO SURVEY
Richard Delgado and Derrick Bell

Commentary

KEEPING THE FAITH: BLACK VOTERS IN THE POST-REAGAN ERA
Lani Guinier

Comment

TOO MUCH JUSTICE: A LEGISLATIVE RESPONSE TO MCCLESKEY v. KEMP
Vada Berger, Nicole Walthour, Angela Dorn, Dan Lindsey, Pamela Thompson, and Gretchen von Helms

Recent Developments

ARIZONA v. YOUNGBLOOD
Trish Peyser Perlmutter

CONSTITUTIONAL CARTE BLANCHE FOR QUASI-PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS?–NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION v. TARKANIAN
Jose Luis Patino

RESTRICTING MINORITY OCCUPANCY TO MAINTAIN HOUSING INTEGRATION–UNITED STATES v. STARRETT CITY ASSOCIATES
Ankur Goel

STUDENT FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS–BURCH v. BARKER
Sylvia Quast

Recent Publications

MARJORIE HEINS, CUTTING THE MUSTARD: AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND THE NATURE OF EXCELLENCE
Thomas K. Higley

SUNG-HEE SUH, SANCTUARY: A STORY OF AMERICAN CONSCIENCE AND LAW IN COLLISION
Sung-Hee Suh

RICHARD D. MOHR, GAYS/JUSTICE: A STUDY OF ETHICS, SOCIETY, AND LAW
Jonathan Handel



24 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1989)

Voices of Experience: New Response to Gender Discourse

INTRODUCTION: FINDING OUR PARADOXES, AFFIRMING OUR BEYOND
Martha Minow

BLACK WOMEN AND THE CONSTITUTION: FINDING OUR PLACE; ASSERTING OUR RIGHTS
Judy Scales-Trent

“GIRLS CAN’T BE PLUMBERS”–AFFIRMATIVE ACTION FOR WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION: BEYOND GOALS AND QUOTAS
Sylvia A. Law

WORK AND FAMILY: THE GENDER PARADOX AND THE LIMITATIONS OF DISCRIMINATION ANALYSIS IN RESTRUCTURING THE WORKPLACE
Nancy E. Dowd

Articles

MAPS AND MISREADINGS: THE ROLE OF GEOGRAPHIC COMPACTNESS IN RACIAL VOTE DILUTION LITIGATION
Pamela S. Karlan

Recent Developments

FAIR HOUSING AMENDMENTS ACT OF 1988
Keith Aoki

TITLE VII: APPLICATION OF IMPACT ANALYSIS TO SUBJECTIVE EMPLOYMENT CRITERIA–WATSON v. FORT WORTH BANK AND TRUST
Karen Halverson

Recent Publications

NORMAN DORSEN, ED., THE EVOLVING CONSTITUTION: ESSAYS ON THE BILL OF RIGHTS AND THE U.S. SUPREME COURT
Christopher Armeniades

JILL NORGREN AND SERENA NANDA, AMERICAN CULTURAL PLURALISM AND LAW
Adrienne Koch



23 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1988)

Responses to the Minority Critiques of the Critical Legal Studies Movement

RACISM, RIGHTS AND THE QUEST FOR EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY: A CRITICAL LEGAL ESSAY
Alan Freeman

RIGHTS
Morton J. Horwitz

CRITICAL LEGAL STUDIES AND THE REALITIES OF RACE–DOES THE FUNDAMENTAL CONTRADICTION HAVE A COROLLARY?
Richard Delgado

Comments

BLACK NEIGHBORHOODS BECOMING BLACK CITIES: GROUP EMPOWERMENT, LOCAL CONTROL AND THE IMPLICATIONS OF BEING DARKER THAN BROWN
Ankur J. Goel, Willie J. Lovett, Jr., Robert Patten, and Robert L. Wilkins

THE PURGING OF EMPOWERMENT: VOTER PURGE LAWS AND THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT
Steve Barber, Jim Halpert, Mimi Wright, and Frank Litwin

Article

GIDEON’S SHELTER: THE NEED TO RECOGNIZE A RIGHT TO COUNSEL FOR INDIGENT DEFENDANTS IN EVICTION PROCEEDINGS
Andrew Scherer

Review Essay

IT’S NOT THAT SIMPLE: AN UNNECESSARY ELIMINATION OF STRICT LIABILITY AND PRESUMED DAMAGES IN LIBEL LAW
Alfred C. Yen

Recent Publications

CATHARINE A. MACKINNON, FEMINISM UNMODIFIED
Dan Danielsen

KRISTIN BUMILLER, THE CIVIL RIGHTS SOCIETY: THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF VICTIMS
Robert Salcido



23 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1988)

Symposium on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties in the Workplace

LABOR-MANAGEMENT COOPERATION AND THE LAW: PERSPECTIVES FROM YEAR TWO OF THE LAWS PROJECT
Steven M. Fetter and Joy K. Reynolds

COOPERATION vs. COMPETITION AT EASTERN AIR LINES
Beverly Smaby

THE LABOR-MANAGEMENT COOPERATION DEBATE: A WORKPLACE DEMOCRACY PERSPECTIVE
Karl E. Klare

LIE DETECTORS IN EMPLOYMENT
Michael Tiner and Daniel J. O’Grady

REFLECTIONS ON AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AFTER PARADISE AND JOHNSON
Robert Belton

Articles

AIDS AND THE COERCIVE POWER OF THE STATE
Kathleen M. Sullivan and Martha A. Field

UNSAFE HAVENS: THE CASE FOR CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION OF FOSTER CHILDREN FROM ABUSE AND NEGLECT
Michael B. Mushlin

Recent Publications

JO ANN GIBSON ROBINSON, THE MONTGOMERY BUS BOYCOTT AND THE WOMEN WHO STARTED IT: THE MEMOIR OF JO ANN GIBSON ROBINSON
Wilhelmina M. Wright

DERRICK BELL, AND WE ARE NOT SAVED: THE ELUSIVE QUEST FOR RACIAL JUSTICE
Peter M. Yu



22 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Spring 1987)

Minority Critique of the Critical Legal Studies Movement

FOREWORD
Jose A. Bracamonte

THE ETHEREAL SCHOLAR: DOES CRITICAL LEGAL STUDIES HAVE WHAT MINORITIES WANT?
Richard Delgado

LOOKING TO THE BOTTOM: CRITICAL LEGAL STUDIES AND REPARATIONS
Mari J. Matsuda

ALCHEMICAL NOTES: RECONSTRUCTING IDEALS FROM DECONSTRUCTED RIGHTS
Patricia J. Williams

THE CLOUDED PRISM
Harlon L. Dalton

Comments

THE RISE AND FALL OF THE UNITED STATES COMMISSION ON CIVIL RIGHTS
Jocelyn C. Frye Robert S. Gerber, Robert H. Pees and Arthur W. Richardson

TOWARD CONSENT AND COOPERATION: RECONSIDERING THE POLITICAL STATUS OF INDIAN NATIONS
Rachel San Kronowitz, Joanne Lichtman, Steven Paul McSloy, and Matthew G. Olsen

Article

FROM LITIGATION TO LEGISLATION IN EXCLUSIONARY ZONING LAW
Harold A. McDougall

Review Essay

MCCARTHYISM AND CRITICAL LEGAL STUDIES (ELLEN W. SCHRECKER, NO IVORY TOWER: MCCARTHYISM AND THE UNIVERSITIES)
Jerry Frug

Recent Publications

LEE C. BOLLINGER, THE TOLERANT SOCIETY: FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND EXTREMIST SPEECH IN AMERICA
Michael Linfield



22 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1987)

Symposium on Poverty and the Law

THE SOUTH BRONX: PAST DESTRUCTION AND THE REBUILDING PROCESS
Dean Brackley

TOWARDS A NOT-FOR-PROFIT ECONOMY: PUBLIC DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITIES FOR ACQUISITION AND USE OF INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY
Staughton Lynd

MIGRANT FARM WORKER ADVOCACY: EMPOWERING THE INVISIBLE LABORER
Viviana Patino

ADEQUATE EDUCATION FOR ALL: A RIGHT, AN ACHIEVABLE GOAL
Julius Chambers

COMMENTARY
Sylvia Law

LITIGATING ON BEHALF OF SHELTER FOR THE POOR
Robert Hayes

Articles

CONTRASTING CONSTITUTIONAL VISIONS: OF REAL AND UNREAL DIFFERENCES
Laurence H. Tribe

WHEN DIFFERENCE HAS ITS HOME: GROUP HOMES FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED, EQUAL PROTECTION AND LEGAL TREATMENT OF DIFFERENCE
Martha Minow

REVEREND MOON AND THE BLACK HEBREWS: CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION OF A DEFENDANT’S RELIGION IN CRIMINAL CASES
Charles J. Ogletree

Note

COMING UP SHORT: EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION AGAINST LITTLE PEOPLE
Paul Steven Miller

Recent Publications

MICHAEL KENT CURTIS, NO STATE SHALL ABRIDGE: THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT AND THE BILL OF RIGHTS
Dana Chasin

CHARLES M. HAAR AND DANIEL WM. FESSLER, THE WRONG SIDE OF THE TRACKS
Laura J. Eisenstadt

DONALD L. SMITH, ZECHARIAH CHAFEE, JR., DEFENDER OF LIBERTY AND LAW
Crawford Moorefield III

BERNARD SCHWARTZ, SWANN’S WAY: THE SCHOOL BUSING CASE AND THE SUPREME COURT
James A. Thomson



21 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1986)

Project on National Security and Secrecy

Commentary

CURTISS-WRIGHT COMES HOME: EXECUTIVE POWER AND NATIONAL SECURITY SECRECY
Harold Edgar and Benno C. Schmidt, Jr.

Comment

A NATION LESS SECURE: DIMINISHED PUBLIC ACCESS TO INFORMATION
James A. Goldston, Jennifer M. Granholm, and Robert J. Robinson

Project on the Sanctuary Movement

Comment

ECUMENICAL, MUNICIPAL AND LEGAL CHALLENGES TO UNITED STATES REFUGEE POLICY
Deborah Cohan, Rachel Sankronowitz, Clara Amanda Pope, and Gloria Valencia-Weber

Articles

AS TIME GOES BY: THE ELIMINATION OF CONTEMPORANEITY AND BREVITY AS FACTORS IN SEARCH AND SEIZURE CASES
Edwin Butterfoss

THE SUPREME COURT’S 1984-85 CHURCH-STATE DECISIONS: JUDICIAL PATHS OF LEAST RESISTANCE
Ruti G. Teitel

AN ARGUMENT FOR FEDERAL PROTECTION AGAINST RACIALLY MOTIVATED CRIMES: 18 U.S.C. sec. 241 AND THE THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT
Charles H. Jones, Jr.

Recent Publications

EDWIN P. ROME AND WILLIAM H. ROBERTS, CORPORATE AND COMMERCIAL FREE SPEECH: FIRST AMENDMENT PROTECTION OF EXPRESSION IN BUSINESS
Joel A. Rabinovitz

PETER SINGER AND DEANE WELLS, MAKING BABIES: THE NEW SCIENCE AND ETHICS OF CONCEPTION
John J. Coughlin

PETER H. SCHUCK AND ROGERS M. SMITH, CITIZENSHIP WITHOUT CONSENT: ILLEGAL ALIENS IN THE AMERICAN POLICY
Janet Wong



21 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1986)

Commentary

THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT: TRENDS AND PROSPECTS
Norman Dorsen

Articles

“CIVIL RIGHTS” ORDINANCES AND THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S COMMISSION: NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN PORNOGRAPHY REGULATION
Barry W. Lynn

THE RHETORIC
Judith Olans Brown, Phyllis Tropper Baumann, and Elaine Millar Melnick

LEGAL CHALLENGES TO ALL-FEMALE ORGANIZATIONS
Chai R. Feldblum, Nancy Fredman Krent, and Virginia G. Watkin

Note

THE CASE FOR ABOLISHING PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES IN CRIMINAL TRIALS
Brent J. Gurney

Reviews

THE UNITIES OF THE CONSTITUTION (LAURENCE TRIBE, CONSTITUTIONAL CHOICES)
Mark V. Tushnet

DIAGNOSING LAW AND PSYCHIATRY (ALAN A. STONE, LAW, PSYCHIATRY, AND MORALITY: ESSAYS AND ANALYSIS)
Henry A. Beyer

HOLDING AMERICA TOGETHER (RICHARD JOHN NEUHAS, THE NAKED PUBLIC SQUARE: RELIGION AND DEMOCRACY IN AMERICA)
David S. Douglas



20 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1985)

Commentary

DEPRIVING WESTMINSTER OF ITS MORAL CONSTRAINTS: A SURVEY OF CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA
J. D. van der Vyver

Article

COURT-ORDERED HIRING QUOTAS AFTER STOTTS: A NARRATIVE ON THE ROLE OF THE MORALITIES OF THE WEB AND THE LADDER IN EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION DOCTRINE
Paul J. Spiegelman

Comment

RX FOR THE ELDERLY: LEGAL RIGHTS (AND WRONGS) WITHIN THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM David S. Douglas
David Feinberg, Robin Jacobsohn, and Alice B. Stock

Note

FREE SPEECH AND UNION NEWSPAPERS: INTERNAL DEMOCRACY AND TITLE I RIGHTS
Judith Gallen Edersheim

Reviews

THE INSANITY DEFENSE AND THE CIVIL LIBERTARIAN (LINCOLN CAPLAN, THE INSANITY DEFENSE AND THE TRIAL OF JOHN W. HINCKLEY, JR.)
Alan A. Stone

COMBATING HOUSING DISCRIMINATION IN THE 1980′S (JAMES A. KUSHNER, FAIR HOUSING)
Daniel R. Mandelker

Recent Publication

CHARLES VERT WILLIE, SCHOOL DESEGREGATION PLANS THAT WORK
James Edward Johnson


20 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1985)

Commentaries

PORNOGRAPHY, CIVIL RIGHTS, AND SPEECH
Catharine A. MacKinnon

KLAUS BARBIE AND THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT: A REPLY TO MR. JUSTICE GOLDBERG
Allan A. Ryan, Jr.

CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDIES FOR UNDERINCLUSIVE STATUTES: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF HECKLER v. MATHEWS
Bruce K. Miller

Article

ASPIRATIONAL AND EXISTENTIAL INTERESTS OF SOCIAL REFORM ORGANIZATIONS: A NEW ROLE FOR THE IDEOLOGICAL PLAINTIFF
William Burnham

Note

STRATEGIES FOR THE ELIMINATION OF SEX DISCRIMINATION IN PRIVATE INSURANCE
Anne C. Cicero

Review

THE POLITICS OF LAWYERING (ARTHUR KINOY, RIGHTS ON TRIAL: THE ODYSSEY OF A PEOPLE’S LAWYER)
David Hoffman


19 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1984)

A Tribute to Clarence Clyde Ferguson, Jr.

A TRIBUTE TO THE MEMORY OF CLARENCE CLYDE FERGUSON, JR. (1924-1983)

A TRAGEDY OF TIMING
Derrick Bell

IN MEMORIAM TURN BACK NOW?
Jean Camper Cahn

RECOLLECTIONS OF C. CLYDE FERGUSON, JR.
Clarence Mitchell

CROSSING THE LONESOME VALLEY
Walter J. Leonard

Articles

TURNING BACK THE CLOCK: THE REAGAN ADMINISTRATION AND CIVIL RIGHTS
Drew S. Days, III

BALANCING GOVERNMENT EFFICIENCY AND THE PROTECTION OF INDIVIDUAL LIBERTIES: AN ANALYSIS OF THE CONFLICT BETWEEN EXECUTIVE BRANCH “HOUSEKEEPING” REGULATIONS AND CRIMINAL DEFENDANTS’ RIGHTS TO A CONSTITUTIONALLY FAIR TRIAL
James F. Ponsoldt

THE RIGHT TO APPOINTED COUNSEL IN QUASI-CRIMINAL CASES: TOWARDS AN EFFECTIVE ASSISTANCE OF COUNSEL STANDARD
Robert S. Catz and Nancy Lee Firak

Commentary

WHAT HAPPENS TO A DREAM DEFERRED: AN ASSESSMENT OF CIVIL RIGHTS LAW TWENTY YEARS AFTER THE 1963 MARCH ON WASHINGTON
Damon J. Keith

Comment

BURDENS ON GAY LITIGANTS AND BIAS IN THE COURT SYSTEM: HOMOSEXUAL PANIC, CHILD CUSTODY, AND ANONYMOUS PARTIES
Robert G. Bagnall, Patrick C. Gallagher, and Joni L. Goldstein

Review

POLITICS OVER LAW IN WARTIME: THE JAPANESE EXCLUSION CASES (PETER IRONS, JUSTICE AT WAR: THE STORY OF THE JAPANESE AMERICAN INTERNMENT CASES)
Howard Ball


19 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1984)

Commentary

KLAUS BARBIE AND THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
Arthur J. Goldberg

TESTIMONY BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON CIVIL AND CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, HOUSE COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY, REGARDING H.J. RES. 1: THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT
Laurence H. Tribe

Articles

PUBLIC PSYCHIATRY AND THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TREATMENT: TOWARD AN EFFECTIVE DAMAGE REMEDY
Barry R. Furrow

AGE RESTRICTIONS IN HOUSING: THE DENIAL OF THE FAMILY’S RIGHT TO ITS INTEGRITY
Richard C. Stanley

THE COST OF PRESERVING RIGHTS: ATTORNEYS’ FEE AWARDS AND INTERVENORS IN CIVIL RIGHTS LITIGATION
Brian Zenkichi Tamanaha

SECTION 2 OF THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT: AN ANALYSIS OF THE 1982 AMENDMENT
Roy A. McKenzie and Ronald A. Krauss

PARSING PUBLIC FROM PRIVATE: THE FAILURE OF DIFFERENTIAL STATE ACTION ANALYSIS
Jody Young Jakosa

Reviews

TOWARD A COMPARATIVE JURISPRUDENCE ON CAPITAL PUNISHMENT (DAVID PANNICK, JUDICIAL REVIEW OF THE DEATH PENALTY)
Hugo Adam Bedau

THE ONGOING DEBATE: THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF DEATH (RAOUL BERGER, DEATH PENALTIES: THE SUPREME COURT’S OBSTACLE COURSE)
Timothy J. Foley

Recent Publications

FRANCES FOX PIVEN AND RICHARD A. CLOWARD, THE NEW CLASS WAR: REAGAN’S ATTACK ON THE WELFARE STATE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
Josie Foehrenbach

ITHIEL DE SOLA POOL, TECHNOLOGIES OF FREEDOM
Craig S. Tyle


18 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1983)

Articles

THE EXCLUSION OF WOMEN FROM INFLUENTIAL MEN’S CLUBS: THE INNER SANCTUM AND THE MYTH OF FULL EQUALITY
Michael M. Burns

CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITS ON THE POWER TO RESTRICT ACCESS TO PRISONS: AN HISTORICAL RE-EXAMINATION
Leonard G. Leverson

IMAGERY OF COMMUNITY, IDEOLOGY OF AUTHORITY: THE MORAL REASONING OF CHIEF JUSTICE BURGER
Robert Douglas Chesler

Comments

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT AND THE WAIVER OF SENTENCE REVIEW
Tim Kaine

FREE SPEECH RIGHTS OF UNION OFFICIALS UNDER THE LABOR-MANAGEMENT REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE ACT
James Gray Pope

BANNING WORDS: A COMMENT ON “WORDS THAT WOUND”
Marjorie Heins

PROFESSOR DELGADO REPLIES
Richard Delgado

Review

CALABRESI ON THE PROBLEM OF STATUTORY MIDDLE-AGE: JUDICIAL CURE OR POLITICAL PRESCRIPTION? (GUIDO CALABRESI, A COMMON LAW FOR THE AGE OF STATUTES)
Shannon C. Stimson

Recent Publications

JEROLD S. AUERBACH, THE NEW DEAL LAWYERS
William F. Treanor

JUSTICE WITHOUT LAW? RESOLVING DISPUTES WITHOUT LAWYERS
Barbara Fischbein


18 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1983)

Articles

ENFORCEMENT OF TITLE VI COMPLIANCE AGREEMENTS BY THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES
Arthur R. Block

THE RIGHT OF THE ACCUSED TO A PUBLIC DEFENSE
Max D. Stern

CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITATIONS ON PROSECUTORIAL DISCOVERY
Eric D. Blumenson

DEFINING PROPERTY RIGHTS: THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF PROTECTING TENANTS FROM CONDOMINIUM CONVERSION
Victoria A. Judson

Comment

PASSING THE BUCKS: PROCEDURAL PROTECTIONS UNDER FEDERAL BLOCK GRANTS
Janet Varon

Review

REFLECTIONS OF RICHARD POSNER (RICHARD POSNER, THE ECONOMICS OF JUSTICE)
Bradley Honoroff

Recent Publications

ALAN M. DERSHOWITZ, THE BEST DEFENSE
Paul J. Kiernan and Leslie M. Berger

MTRON FARBER, “SOMEBODY IS LYING”: THE STORY OF DR. X
Meryl S. Justin

BARRY R. CHISWICK, ED., THE GATEWAY: U.S. IMMIGRATION ISSUES AND POLICIES
Cynthia Boyce

ROBERT M. O’NEIL, CLASSROOMS IN THE CROSSFIRE: THE RIGHTS AND INTERESTS OF STUDENTS, PARENTS, TEACHERS, ADMINISTRATORS, LIBRARIANS AND THE COMMUNITY
Patrick Carome

WILLIAM RYAN, EQUALITY
Nancy-Ann Min

ROBERT JOHNSON, CONDEMNED TO DIE: LIFE UNDER SENTENCE OF DEATH
Cheryl Poinsette


17 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1982)

Articles

THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO KNOW WHY
Martha I. Morgan

PRIVACY OF ASSOCIATION: A BURGEONING PRIVILEGE IN CIVIL DISCOVERY
Joan Steinman

THE RIFFING OF BROWN: DE-INTEGRATING PUBLIC SCHOOL FACULTIES
Scott J. Davidson, Stuart W. Davidson, and Judith Hall Howard

THE FUTURE OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION: A JURISPRUDENTIAL/LEGAL CRITIQUE
Myrl L. Duncan

Comment

DESEGREGATION AND THE MEANING OF EQUAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
Tracy Miller



17 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Spring 1982)

Commentary

ADVOCATING CIVIL LIBERTIES: A YOUNG LAWYER BEFORE THE OLD COURT
Louis H. Pollak

Articles

TWO CATEGORIES OF DISCRIMINATORY INTENT
Eric Schnapper

GENERALIZING THE TRIAL MODEL OF PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS: A NEW BASIS FOR THE RIGHT TO TREATMENT
Edward L. Rubin

WORDS THAT WOUND: A TORT ACTION FOR RACIAL INSULTS, EPITHETS, AND NAME- CALLING
Richard Delgado

THE AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION AND THE DIES COMMITTEE, 1938-1940
Jerold Simmons

Comment

PAST CLAIMANT AS FUTURE VICTIM: COMMERCIAL RETALIATION AND THE EROSION OF COURT ACCESS
David Abromowitz

Review

TOWARD A THEORY OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT (FRANKLYN S. HAIMAN, SPEECH AND LAW IN A FREE SOCIETY)
Steven Stark

Recent Publications

LAURENCE D. HOULGATE, THE CHILD AND THE STATE: A NORMATIVE THEORY OF JUVENILE RIGHTS
Thomas Tupitza

ELLSWORTH A. FERSCH, PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY IN COURTS AND CORRECTIONS: CONTROVERSY AND CHANGE
Sylvia Herrera

ELIZABETH H. WOLGAST, EQUALITY AND THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN
Kathleen Beggs

YALE KAMISAR, POLICE INTERROGATION AND CONFESSIONS: ESSAYS IN LAW AND POLICY
Jeremy Henderson

MICHAEL STEVEN HINDUS, PRISON AND PLANTATIONS: CRIME, JUSTICE AND AUTHORITY IN MASSACHUSETTS AND SOUTH CAROLINA, 1767 – 1868
Robert Chesler


16 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 3 (Winter 1982)

Dedication

DEDICATED TO ROGER N. BALDWIN

Articles

IN DEFENSE OF FEDERAL HABEAS CORPUS RELITIGATION
Gary Peller

HOW DESEGREGATION ORDERS MAY IMPROVE MINORITY ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
Robert L. Crain and Rita E. Mahard

LEGAL ASPECTS OF PRISON RIOTS
Ira P. Robbins

ULYSSES AND THE PSYCHIATRISTS: A LEGAL AND POLICY ANALYSIS OF THE VOLUNTARY COMMITMENT CONTRACT
Rebecca S. Dresser

Reviews

PREFERENTIAL AFFIRMATIVE ACTION (DANIEL C. MAGUIRE, A NEW AMERICAN JUSTICE)
Derrick A. Bell, Jr.

REPRESENTATIVE EGOS (H. N. HIRSCH, THE ENIGMA OF FELIX FRANKFURTER; JAMES F. SIMON, INDEPENDENT JOURNEY)
George Kannar


16 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Fall 1981)

First Amendment Symposium

FOREWORD: IS THE PENDULUM SWINGING AWAY FROM FREEDOM OF INFORMATION?
Edward M. Kennedy

JOURNALISTIC SILENCE AND GOVERNMENTAL SPEECH: CAN INSTITUTIONS HAVE RIGHTS?
Robert Meister

AN EGALITARIAN INTERPRETATION OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT
John H. F. Shattuck and Fritz Byers

THE IMAGE OF JUSTICE: CHANDLER v. FLORIDA
Charles R. Nesson and Andrew D. Koblenz

ACCESS TO JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS: TO RICHMOND NEWSPAPERS AND BEYOND
G. Michael Fenner and James L. Koley

CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION FOR PRIVATE PAPERS
Craig M. Bradley

GOVERNMENT HOUSEKEEPING AUTHORITY: BUREAUCRATIC PRIVILEGES WITHOUT A BUREAUCRATIC PRIVILEGE
Don Lively

SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL EXPRESSION: A PROBLEM IN FIRST AMENDMENT THEORY
James R. Ferguson

Review

TRUSTEES OF SELF-INTEREST? (JOHN LOFTON, THE PRESS AS GUARDIAN OF THE FIRST AMENDMENT)
Pnina Lahav


16 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Summer 1981)

Articles

EXPECTATIONS OF PRIVACY: FOURTH AMENDMENT LEGITIMACY THROUGH STATE LAW
Richard S. Walinski and Thomas J. Tucker

INCARCERATING STATUS OFFENDERS: ATTEMPTS TO CIRCUMVENT THE JUVENILE JUSTICE AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION ACT
Jan C. Costello and Nancy L. Worthington

COMPENSATORY DAMAGES IN FEDERAL FAIR HOUSING CASES
Robert G. Schwemm

Commentary

JURISDICTIONAL GERRYMANDERING: ZONING DISFAVORED RIGHTS OUT OF THE FEDERAL COURTS
Laurence H. Tribe

Comments

COLLATERAL CONSEQUENCES OF GUILTY PLEAS IN THE FEDERAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Priscilla Budeiri

SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS LIMITS ON THE DURATION OF CIVIL COMMITMENT FOR THE TREATMENT OF MENTAL ILLNESS
David W. Burgett

PUBLIC HEALTH PROTECTION AND THE PRIVACY OF MEDICAL RECORDS
Wendy E. Parmet


15 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 3 (Winter 1980)

Articles

THE LEGALITY OF MINIMUM COMPETENCY TEST PROGRAMS UNDER TITLE VI OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964
John Benjes, Jay Heubert, and Michael O’Brien

EQUAL RIGHTS TO TRIAL FOR WOMEN: SEX BIAS IN THE LAW OF SELF-DEFENSE
Elizabeth Schneider

PRIVATE SECURITY AND THE EXCLUSIONARY RULE
Steven Euller

Comments

THE CHILLING EFFECT IN PRESS CASES: JUDICIAL THUMB ON THE SCALES
Tamara Jacobs

CASES THAT SHOCK CONSCIENCE: REFLECTIONS ON CRITICISM OF THE BURGER COURT
Jeffrey Blum, William Greaney, Patrick Hanifin, and Angela Sousa

PEN REGISTERS AFTER SMITH v. MARYLAND
John Applegate and Amy Grossman

Review

CHOOSING HEROES CAREFULLY (JOHN HART ELY, DEMOCRACY AND DISTRUST)
Ira C. Lupu


15 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Fall 1980)

A Tribute to Justice Brennan

FOREWORD
Albert Sacks

TESTIMONIAL TO MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN
Potter Stewart

A TRIBUTE TO JUSTICE WILLIAM J. BRENNAN, JR.
David Bazelon

MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN–THE EARLIER YEARS
Frederick Hall

MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN
Milton Katz

MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN: A PROPERTY TEACHER’S APPRECIATION
Frank Michelman

Articles

THE MANIPULATION OF CONSCIOUSNESS: A FIRST AMENDMENT CRITIQUE OF SCHOOLING
Stephen Arons and Charles Lawrence III

THE RIGHT TO REFUSE PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS
Nancy Rhoden

BEYOND DAVIS: EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY FOR HIGHER EDUCATION FOR DISABLED STUDENTS UNDER THE REHABILITATION ACT OF 1973
Timothy Cook and Frank Laski

EQUAL PAY FOR COMPARABLE WORK
Jane von Frank

Review

THE MCCARTHY ERA: HISTORY AS A SNAPSHOT (DAVID CAUTE, THE GREAT FEAR: THE ANTI-COMMUNIST PURGE UNDER TRUMAN AND EISENHOWER)
Michael Tigar


15 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Spring 1980)

Article

JUDICIAL REVIEW AND THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE
J. Skelly Wright

Comment

DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAW–SECTION 1981
Jack Aguilar, Jack Balkin, Ronald Baugh, Gregory Beattie, Richard Claman, Martin Himeles, Jr., Charles Johnson, Robert Kipnees, Jacob Lewis, Caryn May, Elizabeth Merritt, Cheryl Noble, Michael Stewart, Kathleen Sullivan, Mary Wilke, and James Witkin


14 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 3 (Fall 1979)

Commentaries

THE JURISPRUDENCE OF BROWN AND THE DILEMMAS OF LIBERALISM
Morton J. Horwitz

REEXAMINING BROWN TWENTY-FIVE YEARS LATER: LOOKING BACKWARDS INTO THE FUTURE
Robert L. Carter

Article

THE JUDICIAL STRUGGLE AGAINST EXCLUSIONARY ZONING: THE NEW JERSEY PARADIGM
Harold A. McDougall

Comments

NATIONAL SECURITY AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT: THE CIA IN THE MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS
Caroline Heck

SENIORITY SYSTEMS AND THE DUTY OF FAIR REPRESENTATION: UNION LIABILITY IN THE TEAMSTERS CONTEXT
Kenneth Kleinman

Reviews

MISGOVERNMENT BY JUDICIARY? (PHILIP B. KURLAND. WATERGATE AND THE CONSTITUTION)
Paul L. Murphy

THE LIMITS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CHARLES E. SILBERMAN, CRIMINAL VIOLENCE, CRIMINAL JUSTICE; HYMAN GROSS, A THEORY OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE)
Edwin M. Schur


14 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1979)

Articles

THE RIGHT OF PRIVACY AND FREEDOM OF PRESS
Thomas I. Emerson

TOWARDS AN AUTONOMY-BASED THEORY OF CONSTITUTIONAL PRIVACY: BEYOND THE IDEOLOGY OF FAMILIAL PRIVACY
June Aline Eichbaum

Comments

THE NEW COMMERCIAL SPEECH DOCTRINE AND BROADCAST ADVERTISING
Laurence Field

CHALLENGING IDEOLOGICAL EXCLUSION OF CURRICULUM MATERIAL: RIGHTS OF STUDENTS AND PARENTS
Nat Stern

EQUAL PROTECTION AND DUE PROCESS: CONTRASTING METHODS OF REVIEW UNDER FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT DOCTRINE
James A. Hughes

Review

EMPLOYEE RIGHTS OR ORGANIZATIONAL RIGHTS? (DAVID W. EWING, FREEDOM INSIDE THE ORGANIZATION)
Roberta Fitzsimmons


14 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Spring 1979)

Bakke Symposium: Civil Rights Perspectives

INTRODUCTION: AWAKENING AFTER BAKKE
Derrick A. Bell, Jr.

THE BAKKE OPINIONS AND EQUAL PROTECTION DOCTRINE
Kenneth L. Karst and Harold W. Horowitz

LITIGATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION: THE NEED FOR INTERVENTION TO AFFIRM AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
Emma Coleman Jones

CULTURALLY BIASED TESTING AND PREDICTIVE INVALIDITY: PUTTING THEM ON THE RECORD
David M. White

BEYOND BAKKE: THE CONSTITUTION AND REDRESSING THE SOCIAL HISTORY OF RACISM
Robert A. Sedler

BAKKE ON AFFIRMITIVE ACTION FOR WOMEN: PEDESTAL OR CAGE?
Nancy Gertner

RACE CONSCIOUSNESS IN EMPLOYMENT AFTER BAKKE
E. Richard Larson

WHO NEEDS AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
Ann Fagan Ginger

FROM BROWN TO BAKKE: THE LONG ROAD TO EQUALITY
Constance Baker Motley


13 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 3 (Fall 1978)

Articles

CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Louis Henkin

REMEDIES FOR DISCRIMINATION IN SUPERVISORIAL AND MANAGERIAL JOBS
Robert Newman

NON-INVESTIGATORY POLICE ENCOUNTERS
John H. Burkoff

Comments

DIFFERENTIAL TREATMENT OF PREGNANCY IN EMPLOYMENT: THE IMPACT OF GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. v. GILBERT AND NASHVILLE GAS CO. v. SATTY
Ellen T. Taylor

“MIND CONTROL” OR INTENSITY OF FAITH: THE CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION OF RELIGIOUS BELIEFS
Robert N. Shapiro

Case Comment

THE FUTURE OF PRISONERS’ UNIONS: JONES v. NORTH CAROLINA PRISONERS’ LABOR UNION
Regina Montoya and Paul Coggins


13 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1978)

Dedication to Justice Thurgood Marshall

DEDICATION TO JUSTICE THURGOOD MARSHALL

MR. JUSTICE MARSHALL
Warren E. Burger

THURGOOD MARSHALL–THE LAWYER
Spottswood W. Robinson III

I REMEMBER THE TUMULTUOUS YEARS AND THURGOOD MARSHALL
Constance Baker Motley

MR. JUSTICE MARSHALL
Louis H. Pollak

A VISION OF THE CONSTITUTION
Owen M. Fiss

Articles

UNION DEMOCRACY AND THE LMRDA: AUTOCRACY AND INSURGENCY IN NATIONAL UNION ELECTIONS
Edgar N. James

THE DOCTRINE OF TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY: ACCOMMODATING TRIBAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL INTERESTS
Robert G. McCoy

Comments

PRIVATE RIGHTS OF ACTION UNDER TITLE IX
Patty Johnson

MINOR POLITICAL PARTIES AND CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURE LAWS
Michael D. Esch

HABEAS CORPUS AFTER STONE v. POWELL: THE “OPPORTUNITY FOR FULL AND FAIR LITIGATION” STANDARD
James Turner

Reviews

THE COURTS AND SOCIAL POLICY (DONALD L. HOROWITZ, THE COURTS AND SOCIAL POLICY)
Thomas A. Balmer

THINKING ABOUT JAIL (MICHAEL FOCAULT, DISCIPLINE AND PUNISH: THE BIRTH OF THE PRISON)
George Kannar


13 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Spring 1978)

Articles

A SWANN SONG FOR REMEDIES: EQUITABLE RELIEF IN THE BURGER COURT
Robert D. Goldstein

RESOLVING THE SENIORITY/MINORITY LAYOFFS CONFLICT: AN EMPLOYER-TARGETED APPROACH
Iris A. Burke and Oscar G. Chase

Commentary

THE CONSTITUTION GOES TO HARVARD
Henry P. Monagham

Comment

CULTURAL PLURALISM
Kevin M. Fong

Case Comment

THE PROPER SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION IN TITLE VII CLASS ACTIONS: EAST TEXAS MOTOR FREIGHT SYSTEM, INC. v. RODRIGUEZ
Michael Fischl

Reviews

TAKING DWORKIN SERIOUSLY (RONALD DWORKIN, TAKING RIGHTS SERIOUSLY)
Kenneth I. Winston

THE UNGRAND JURY (MARVIN E. FRANKEL AND GARY P. NAFTALIS, THE GRAND JURY: AN INSTITUTION ON TRIAL)
Sam Pizzigati


12 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 3 (Fall 1977)

Articles

THE DOCTRINE OF PRIOR RESTRAINT
Thomas R. Litwack

THE FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS OF POLICYMAKING PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
Mark Coven

Comments

PLESSY REVIVED: THE SEPARATE BUT EQUAL DOCTRINE AND SEX-SEGREGATED EDUCATION
Cynthia Lewis

HOUSING REMEDIES IN SCHOOL DESEGREGATION CASES: THE VIEW FROM INDIANAPOLIS
Marjorie Heins

MINORITY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS
Dominic L. Ozanne

PROOF OF RACIALLY DISCRIMINATORY PURPOSE UNDER THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE: WASHINGTON v. DAVIS, ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, MT. HEALTHY, AND WILLIAMSBURGH
Barry A. Miller

Review

BLACK WORKERS IN WHITE UNIONS (WILLIAM B. GOULD, BLACK WORKERS IN WHITE UNIONS: JOB DISCRIMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES)
Staughton Lynd


12 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1977)

Articles

REDEFINING PRIVACY
Tom Gerety

A NEW DEAL FOR THE PROTECTION OF FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT RIGHTS: CHALLENGING THE DOCTRINAL BASES OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS CASES AND STATE ACTION THEORY
Ira Nerken

Comments

CONFRONTING THE CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT: AN EXPANDED ROLE FOR COURTS IN PRISON REFORM
Michael S. Feldberg

TWO VIEWS OF A PRISONER’S RIGHT TO DUE PROCESS: MEACHUM v. FANO
Thomas O. Sargentich

FEDERAL PREEMPTION OF STATE WELFARE AND UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS FOR STRIKERS
W. Joseph Hetherington

Reviews

THE NEW CHILD SAVERS (KENNETH WOODEN, WEEPING IN THE PLAYTIME OF OTHERS: AMERICA’S INCARCERATED CHILDREN; THOMAS J. COTTLE, BARRED FROM SCHOOL: 2 MILLION CHILDREN!)
Stanley Herr

TECHNICAL DUE PROCESS: ? (THE COLUMBIA LAW REVIEW, THE HARVARD LAW REVIEW ASSOCIATION, THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA LAW REVIEW, AND THE YALE LAW REVIEW, A UNIFORM SYSTEM OF CITATION)
Alan Strasser


12 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Spring 1977)

Articles

AN INDEPENDENT RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION
Reena Raggi

TOWARD A RIGHT TO UNION MEMBERSHIP
Jonathan Lang

Comments

PROTECTING FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS IN STATE COURTS: FITTING A STATE PEG TO A FEDERAL HOLE
Andre R. Jaglom

EQUALITY OF ALLOCATION BY LOT
Hank Greely

QUALIFIED PRIVILEGE TO DEFAME EMPLOYEES AND CREDIT APPLICANTS
Charles D. Tiefner

THE ARAB BOYCOTT AND TITLE VII
Robert H. Lande

Reviews

UNEQUAL JUSTICE (JEROLD S. AUERBACH, UNEQUAL JUSTICE: LAWYERS AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN MODERN AMERICA)
Jonathan Prude

JUSTICE ACCUSED (ROBERT M. COVER, JUSTICE ACCUSED: ANTISLAVERY AND THE JUDICIAL PROCESS)
Richard S. Key


11 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 3 (Fall 1976)

Articles

IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM H. HASTIE

THE FRANCIS BIDDLE MEMORIAL LECTURE: FELIX FRANKFURTER: CIVIL LIBERTARIAN
Joseph L. Rauh, Jr.

ALEXANDER BICKEL AND THE POST-REALIST CONSTITUTION
Edward A. Purcell

SEPARATE LEGAL REPRESENTATION FOR CHILDREN: PROTECTING THE RIGHTS AND INTERESTS OF MINORS IN JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS
James Kenneth Genden

Comments

THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT’S PRIVACY EXEMPTION AND THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974
Frank A. Rosenfeld

CLAIMING ILLEGAL ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE: AN EXAMINATION OF 18 U.S.C. sec. 3504(a)(1)
Margaret V. Sachs

COST AND QUALITY CONTROL IN THE MEDICARE/MEDICAID PROGRAM: CONCURRENT REVIEW
Cedric C. Chao

THE CLEAN AIR AMENDMENTS OF 1970: CAN CONGRESS COMPEL STATE COOPERATION IN ACHIEVING NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS?
Vaughan Finn

Case Comment

MINORITY GROUPS AND THE FOURTH AMENDMENT STANDARD OF CERTITUDE: UNITED STATES v. ORTIZ AND UNITED STATES v. BRIGNONI-PONCE
Robert L. Hickok

Reviews

LEGAL ETHICS (MONROE H. FREEDMAN, LAWYERS’ ETHICS IN AN ADVERSARY SYSTEM)
Norman Dorsen

AFFIRMATIVE DISCRIMINATION (NATHAN GLAZER, AFFIRMATIVE DISCRIMINATION: ETHNIC INEQUALITY AND POLICY; ROBERT M. O’NEIL, DISCRIMINATING AGAINST DISCRIMINATION: PREFERENTIAL ADMISSIONS AND THE DEFUNNIS CASE; RONALD DWORKIN, THE RIGHT TO GO TO LAW SCHOOL–THE DEFUNNIS CASE)
Allen Graubard



11 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Summer 1976)

Dedication

IN HONOR OF MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS

MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS
Charles E. Ares

EVEN-HANDED JUSTICE
Vern Countryman

MR. JUSTICE DOUGLAS
Steven Duke

The Case Against HUAC

THE STAMLER LITIGATION
Thomas P. Sullivan, Chester M. Kamin, and Arthur M. Sussman

THE EVIDENCE: A CONTEXT ANALYSIS OF THE HUAC RECORD
Hans Zeisel and Rose Stamler

Article

THE NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT AND THE EMERGENCE OF CIVIL RIGHTS LAW: A NEW PRIORITY IN FEDERAL LABOR POLICY
Herbert Hill

Comment

DEADLY FORCE TO ARREST: TRIGGERING CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW
Floyd R. Finch, Jr.

Case Comments

UNBURDENING THE CRIMINAL DEFENDANT: MULLANEY v. WILBUR AND THE REASONABLE DOUBT STANDARD
Anthony M. Doniger

FEDERAL CIVILIAN COURT INTERPRETATION IN PENDING COURTS-MARTIAL AND THE PROPER SCOPE OF MILITARY JURISDICTION OVER CRIMINAL DEFENDANTS: SCHLESINGER v. COUNCILMAN AND MCLUCAS v. DECHAMPLAIN
Jeffrey S. Facter

Review

SIMPLE JUSTICE (RICHARD KLUGER, SIMPLE JUSTICE)
E. Richard Larson


11 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Spring 1976)

Articles

BEYOND URLTA: A PROGRAM FOR ACHIEVING REAL TENANT GOALS
Richard L. Blumberg and Brian Quinn Robbins

PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS AND THE LIMITS OF THE ADVERSARY SYSTEM
Leonard S. Rubenstein

STATE ACTION ANALYSIS OF TAX EXPENDITURES
Robert Clarke Brown

Comments

APPLYING THE TITLE VII PRIMA FACIE CASE TO TITLE VIII LITIGATION
Elliot M. Mincberg

EQUAL CREDIT: PROMISE OR REALITY?
Laurie D. Zelon

Review

ATTICA: A TIME TO DIE (TOM WICKER, A TIME TO DIE)
Michael G. Ignatieff


10 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 3 (Summer 1975)

Articles

WELFARE CASES AND THE “NEW MAJORITY”: CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY AND PRACTICE
Kenneth M. Davidson

FARMWORKER LITIGATION UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT: ESTABLISHING JOINT EMPLOYER LIABILITY AND RELATED PROBLEMS
Howard S. Scher and Robert S. Catz

Comments

GAGGING THE PRESS IN CRIMINAL TRIALS
Andrew M. Schatz

HOSPITALS, TAX EXEMPTION, AND THE POOR
Russell L. Richeda

Case Comments

CURBING EXPLOITATION IN SEGREGATED HOUSING MARKETS: CLARK v. UNIVERSAL BUILDERS, INC.
Theodore V. Wells, Jr.

THE RIGHT TO A LEGALLY TRAINED JUDGE: GORDON v. JUSTICE COURT
Gary L. Rosenthal

Review

LEGAL SERVICES (EARL JOHNSON, JR., JUSTICE AND REFORM: THE FORMATIVE YEARS OF THE OEO LEGAL SERVICES PROGRAM)
Valerie Vanaman


10 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Spring 1975)

Articles

STRUCTURAL DUE PROCESS
Laurence H. Tribe

SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY IN A CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT: THE FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CASES
Charles F. Abernathy

Comments

POLICING PLUTONIUM: THE CIVIL LIBERTIES FALLOUT
Russell W. Ayres

MEDICAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR FETAL SURVIVAL UNDER ROE AND DOE
Benjamin B. Sendor

Case Comment

FEAR OF FIRING: ARNETT v. KENNEDY AND THE PROTECTION OF FEDERAL CAREER EMPLOYEES
Philip A. Byler

Review

SECRECY AND GOVERNMENT (NORMAN DORSEN AND STEPHEN GILLERS, EDS., NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS: SECRECY IN AMERICA; THOMAS M. FRANCK AND EDWARD WEISBAND, EDS., SECRECY AND FOREIGN POLICY)
Robert F. Drinan


10 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Winter 1975)

Articles

UNITED STATES v. LOVETT: LITIGATING THE SEPARATION OF POWERS
John Hart Ely

THE “UNREVIEWABLE” COURT-MARTIAL CONVICTION: SUPERVISORY RELIEF UNDER THE ALL WRITS ACT FROM THE UNITED STATES COURT OF MILITARY APPEALS
Daniel J. Wacker

THE IMPACT OF REVENUE SHARING ON MINORITIES AND THE POOR
Morton H. Sklar

Comments

ENFORCING THE OBLIGATION TO PRESENT CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES: THE FORGOTTEN HALF OF THE FAIRNESS DOCTRINE
Richard A. Kurnit

PRETRIAL DIVERSION: THE THREAT OF EXPANDING SOCIAL CONTROL
Jamie S. Gorelick

Case Comment

ARMY DRUG TREATMENT PROGRAMS AND THE DOCTRINE OF MILITARY NECESSITY: COMMITTEE FOR G.I. RIGHTS v. CALLAWAY AND UNITED STATES v. RUIZ
William J. (Zak) Taylor

Review

WOMEN AND THE LAW (LEO KANOWITZ, SEX ROLES IN LAW AND SOCIETY: CASES AND MATERIALS; KENNETH M. DAVIDSON, SEX-BASED DISCRIMINATION: TEXT, CASES AND MATERIALS)
Aleta Wallach


9 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 3 (May 1974)

The Francis Biddle Memorial Lecture

THE BIDDLE LECTURE: A BRIEF FOREWORD
Albert M. Sacks

FRANCIS BIDDLE
James Rowe

FRANCIS BIDDLE
Adrian S. Fisher

THE FRANCIS BIDDLE LECTURES
Herbert Wechsler

FREE SPEECH: CONTRASTING CONSTITUTIONAL CONCEPTS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES
William H. Hastie

Article

NOTICE AND THE RIGHT TO BE HEARD: THE SIGNIFICANCE OF OLD FRIENDS
Stephen N. Subrin and A. Richard Dykstra

Comments

ACCESS TO VOTER REGISTRATION
James R. Steilen

FEDERAL DECLARATORY RELIEF FROM UNCONSTITUTIONAL STATE STATUTES: THE IMPLICATIONS OF STEFFEL v. THOMPSON
Norman M. Monhait

Case Comments

TWELVE GOOD PERSONS AND TRUE: HEALY v. EDWARDS AND TAYLOR v. LOUISIANA
Kimberly Homan Clark

THE FOURTH AMENDMENT EXCLUSIONARY RULE IN THE GRAND JURY SETTING: UNITED STATES v. CALANDRA
Cynthia C. Cannady

Reviews

CHALLENGING THE DEATH PENALTY (MICHAEL MELTSNER, CRUEL AND UNUSUAL: THE SUPREME COURT AND CAPITAL PUNISHMENT)
Hugo Adam Bedau

SHELTERING THE CITY (JON PYNOOS, ROBERT SCHAFER, AND CHESTER W. HARTMAN, EDS., HOUSING URBAN AMERICA)
Allen Jay Zerkin


9 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (March 1974)

Article

THE RIGHT TO CHOOSE AN INTEGRATED EDUCATION: VOLUNTARILY REGIONAL INTEGRATED SCHOOLS–A PARTIAL REMEDY FOR DE FACTO SEGREGATION
Hugh Calkins and Jeffrey Gordon

Comments

PUNISHMENT OF ENLISTED PERSONNEL OUTSIDE THE UCMJ: A STATUTORY AND EQUAL PROTECTION ANALYSIS OF MILITARY DISCHARGE CERTIFICATES
Andrew S. Effron

IMPLYING PUNITIVE DAMAGES IN EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CASES
Michael J. Goldberg

Case Comment

CURBING THE PROSECUTOR’S DISCRETION: UNITED STATES v. FALK
Dennis J. White

Reviews

A QUESTION YET TO BE ANSWERED (WHITNEY NORTH SEYMOUR, JR., WHY JUSTICE FAILS)
Erwin N. Griswold

ANOTHER DEMOCRACY’S QUEST FOR RACIAL EQUALITY (ANTHONY LESTER AND GEOFFREY BINDMAN, RACE AND LAW IN GREAT BRITAIN)
Nathan Glazer

HARNESSING THE COMPUTER (SECRETARY’S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON AUTOMATED DATA SYSTEMS, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARERECORDS, COMPUTERS, AND THE RIGHTS OF CITIZENS)
Jonathan Brant



9 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (January 1974)

Articles

OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE AND THE EVOLUTION OF FIRST AMENDMENT PROTECTION
Mark C. Rutzick

JUDICIAL PARTICIPATION IN PLEA BARGAINING: A SEARCH FOR NEW STANDARDS
Kathleen Gallagher

BREAKING THE LANGUAGE BARRIER: THE RIGHT TO BILINGUAL EDUCATION
Erica Black Grubb

Comment

PICKETEERS AT THE DOORSTEP
Daniel M. Taubman

Case Comment

KEYES v. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1: UNLOCKING THE NORTHERN SCHOOLHOUSE DOOR
John W. Hanley, Jr.

Review

DISSECTION OF A DREAM (BORIS I. BITTKER, THE CASE FOR BLACK REPARATIONS)
Derrick A. Bell, Jr.


8 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 3 (May 1973)

Articles

RIGHT TO TREATMENT FOR THE MENTALLY DISABLED: THE NEED FOR REALISTIC STANDARDS AND OBJECTIVE CRITERIA
Ralph K. Schwitzgebel

THE JURISPRUDENCE OF ARTHUR GOLDBERG: A COMMENTARY
Donald Roper

THE TERRIFYING REMEDY: A RESPONSE TO V. N. CHALDIZE’S THE RIGHT OF A CONVICTED CITIZEN TO LEAVE HIS COUNTRY
William J. Bennett

PUBLIC SCHOOL FINANCE IN A POST-SERRANO WORLD
W. Norton Grubb and Stephan Michelson

Comments

THE HEIRS OF BODDIE: COURT ACCESS FOR INDIGENTS AFTER KRAS AND ORTWEIN
Philip L. Spector

INTRASTATE RESIDENCE REQUIREMENTS FOR WELFARE AND THE RIGHT TO INTERSTATE TRAVEL
Mary Candace Fowler

MONETARY CLAIMS UNDER SECTION 1983: THE RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY
Robert J. Brookhiser

Case Comments

BLACK v. STATE BAR: THE PRIVILEGE AGAINST SELF-INCRIMINATION IN DISBARMENT PROCEEDINGS
Jon C. Bensick

HAYES v. UNITED STATES: PRIVATE INTERFERENCE WITH SCHOOL DESEGREGATION
David M. Jones

Reviews

LAWYERS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE (JONATHAN D. CASPAR, LAWYERS BEFORE THE WARREN COURT: CIVIL LIBERTIES AND CIVIL RIGHTS; ANN FAGAN GINGER, THE RELEVANT LAWYERS: CONVERSATIONS OUT OF COURT ON THEIR CLIENTS, THEIR PRACTICE, THEIR POLITICS, THEIR LIFE STYLE)
John A. Robertson

MILITARY JUSTICE (ROBERT RIVKIN, RIGHTS OF SERVICEMEN: THE BASIC ACLU GUIDE TO MILITARY JUSTICE)
Joseph Remcho

SOCIAL CLASS AND MARRIAGE (JESSIE BERNARD, THE FUTURE OF MARRIAGE)
Linda K. Champlin


8 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (March 1973)

Article

STATE BAR DISCIPLINE AND THE ACTIVIST LAWYER
Christopher S. Lyman

Project Report

TOWARD AN ACTIVIST ROLE FOR STATE BILLS OF RIGHTS
David J. Fine, Elias N. Matsakis, and Phillip L. Spector

Comments

PROVISION OF FREE MEDICAL SERVICES BY HILL-BURTRON HOSPITALS
Lawrence A. Schneider

EXCLUSIONARY USE OF PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR JUDICIAL SCRUTINY
Jay C. Shaffer and Kenneth E. Meiser

CURBING ABUSE IN THE DECISION TO GRANT OR DENY PAROLE
Andrew P. Hier

Case Comment

EQUAL BUT INADEQUATE PROTECTION: A LOOK AT MOSLEY AND GRAYNED
Roy A. Black

Reviews

FREE SPEECH IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE (PAUL L. MURPHY, THE MEANING OF FREEDOM OF SPEECH: FIRST AMENDMENT FREEDOMS FROM WILSON TO FDR)
Jerold S. Auerbach

PRSIONERS’ RIGHTS AND WARDENS’ PARANOIA (SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, THE EMERGING RIGHTS OF THE CONFINED)
David M. Shelton

ECONOMIC PROGRESS FOR THE POOR (JOHN C. WEISTART, COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT)
Burt W. Griffin


8 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (January 1973)

Articles

THE RIGHT OF A CONVICTED CITIZEN TO LEAVE HIS COUNTRY
Valery Chalidze

THE RIGHT OF CONVICTED CITIZENS TO EMIGRATE: A COMMENT ON THE ESSAY BY V. N. CHALDIZE
Harold J. Berman

WELFARE CLASS ACTIONS IN FEDERAL COURT: A PROCEDURAL ANALYSIS
Stephen N. Subrin and John Sutton

Comments

SOLICITATION BY THE SECOND OLDEST PROFESSION: ATTORNEYS AND ADVERTISING
James H. Burnley IV

LEGAL PARAPROFESSIONALS AND UNAUTHORIZED PRACTICE
Joaquin G. Avila

RACE QUOTAS
Steven Nisenbaum

HAS BRANZBURG BURIED THE UNDERGROUND PRESS?
William S. Hurst

Case Comment

MACGUIRE v. AMOS: APPLICATION OF SECTION 5 OF THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT TO POLITICAL PARTIES
Kirke M. Hassan

Reviews

LEARNING BY DOING: THE NEW YORK CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION TAKES ON THE NEW YORK CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS (IRA GLASSER AND ALAN LEVINE, STUDENT RIGHTS PROJECT: REPORT ON THE FIRST TWO YEARS)
Richard L. Mandel

THE ANISHINABE LIBERATION MOVEMENT (JAY DAVID, ED., THE AMERICAN INDIAN, THE FIRST VICTIM; ALVIN JOSEPHY, JR., RED POWER, THE AMERICAN INDIANS’ FIGHT FOR FREEDOM)
Jack B. Forbes

A FORM BOOK FOR ENJOINING UNDECLARED WARS (LEON FRIEDMAN AND BURT NEUBORNE, UNQUESTIONING OBEDIENCE TO THE PRESIDENT: THE ACLU CASE AGAINST THE LEGALITY OF THE WAR IN VIET NAM)
David Rosenberg


7 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 3 (May 1972)

Articles

LEGAL SERVICES FOR THE POOR–MEETING THE ETHICAL COMMITMENT
Peter S. Smith and John E. Kratz, Jr.

ENVIRONMENTAL RIGHT OF ACTION–A SUGGESTED STATUTE AND COMMENTARY
Jeffrey P. Zucker

ABORTION AND RELIGIOUS LIBERTY CLAUSES
Joseph S. Oteri, Mitchell Benjoya, and Jonathan Z. Souweine

Comments

CLASS ACTIONS FOR CONSUMER PROTECTION
Mark L. Rosenberg

CASH DEPOSITS–BURDENS AND BARRIERS IN ACCESS TO UTILITY SERVICES
John B. Kirkwood

CRIMINAL TRIALS, CIVIL STANDARDS: LEGO v. TWOMEY
Andrew M. Higgins

Review

PRIVACY AND COMPUTERS: AN UNDEFINED PROGRAM (ARTHUR R. MILLER, THE ASSAULT ON PRIVACY: COMPUTERS, DATA BANKS, AND DOSIERS)
John F. Beatty


7 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (March 1972)

Project Report

DE JURE SEGREGATION OF CHICANOS IN TEXAS SCHOOLS
Jorge C. Rangel and Carlos M. Alcala

Comments

ALL IN THE “FAMILY”: LEGAL PROBLEMS OF COMMUNES
Jonathan Shor

FEDERAL GRAND JURY INVESTIGATION OF POLITICAL DISSIDENTS
David J. Fine

Review

MORE LEARNED THAN WITTY (MARVIN SCHICK, LEARNED HAND’S COURT)
Archibald Cox


7 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (January 1972)

Articles

SCHOOL SEGREGATION IN THE NORTH: THERE IS BUT ONE CONSTITUTION
Paul R. Diamond

THE DEVELOPMENT OF SECTION 1981 AS A REMEDY FOR RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IN PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT
E. Richard Larson

Comments

THE EVOLUTION OF EQUAL PROTECTION: EDUCATION, MUNICIPAL SERVICES, AND WEALTH
Robert L. Graham and Jason H. Krauitt

FREE SPEECH IMPLICATIONS OF CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURE CEILINGS
H. Leonard Court and Charles E. Harris

LOVE’S LABORS LOST: NEW CONCEPTIONS OF MATERNITY LEAVES
Erica B. Grubb and Margarita C. McCoy

Review

MISLED BY EDUCATION (IVAN ILLICH, DESCHOOLING SOCIETY)
Edgar Z. Friedenberg


6 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 3 (May 1971)

Articles

BEYOND THE WRONG SIDE OF THE TRACKS: MUNICIPAL SERVICES IN THE INTERSTICES OF PROCEDURE
Daniel Wm. Fessler and Charles M. Haar

EDUCATION VOUCHERS
Judith Areen

Comments

“SWORDS INTO PLOWSHARES”: ALTERNATIVE SERVICE REQUIREMENTS FOR CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS
John Knox Walkup

MILITARY DISCIPLINE AND POLITICAL EXPRESSION: A NEW LOOK AT THE OLD BUGBEAR
William A. Johnson

AN ANTITRUST CHALLENGE TO THE GGPRX MOVIE RATING SYSTEM
Gregory J. Howe

Case Comments

INTERVENTION IN HEW WELFARE CONFORMITY PROCEEDINGS: NATIONAL WELFARE RIGHTS ORGANIZATION v. FINCH
Vic Harris

CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS: MURPHY v. KERRIGAN
Peter S. Aron and Martin L. Katz

SILENCE ORDERS–PRESERVING POLITICAL EXPRESSION BY DEFENDANTS AND THEIR LAWYERS: KING v. JONES
Richard B. Hirst

Reviews

JUVENILE JUSTICE (LOIS G. FORER, NO ONE WILL LISTEN)
Birch Bayh

LAST OF THE HUMAN BEINGS (AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE, UNCOMMON CONTROVERSY: FISHING RIGHTS OF THE MUCKLESHOOT, PUYALLUP, AND NISQUALLY INDIANS; DEE BROWN, BURY MY HEART AT WOUNDED KNEE–AN INDIAN HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN WEST)
Peter B. Edelman

WHOSE PRIORITIES FOR EDUCATIONAL REFORM? (JOHN E. COONS, WILLIAM H. CLUNE, STEPHEN D. SUGARMAN, PRIVATE WEALTH AND PUBLIC EDUCATION)
David L. Kirp and Mark G. Yudof

JUSTICE IN LOWER CRIMINAL COURTS (STEPHEN R. BING AND S. STEPHEN ROSENFELD, THE QUALITY OF JUSTICE IN JUSTICE IN THE LOWER CRIMINAL COURTS OF METROPOLITAN BOSTON)
Daniel Klubock and Harvey A. Silverglate


6 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (March 1971)

Equal Rights for Women: A Symposium on the Proposed Constitutional Amendment
Articles

THE NECESSITY OF A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
Norman Dorsen and Susan Deller Ross

IN SUPPORT OF THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT
Thomas I. Emerson

THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT IS NOT THE WAY
Paul A. Freund

THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT: SOME PROBLEMS OF CONSTRUCTION
Philip B. Kurland

THE NEGRO WOMAN’S STAKE IN THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT
Pauli Murray

Comment

“A LITTLE DEARER THAN HIS HORSE”: LEGAL STEREOTYPES AND THE FEMININE PERSONALITY
Barbara Kirk Cavanaugh

Preventive Detention: An Empirical Analysis

FOREWORD: PREVENTIVE DETENTION–A STEP BACKWARD FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Sam J. Ervin, Jr.

PART I. THE EMPIRICAL STUDY
Arthur R. Angel, Eric D. Green, Henry R. Kaufman, and Eric E. Van Loon

PART II. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EMPIRICAL FINDINGS
Arthur R. Angel, Eric D. Green, Henry R. Kaufman, and Eric E. Van Loon

Comments

STUDENT VOTING RIGHTS IN UNIVERSITY COMMUNITIES
Paul R. Rentenbach

SEWER SERVICE AND CONFESSED JUDGMENTS: NEW PROTECTION FOR LOW-INCOME CONSUMERS
James T. Ellis

Review

MARIJUANA AND THE LAW (JOHN KAPLAN, MARIJUANA–THE NEW PROHIBITION)
George F. Boney


6 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (December 1970)

Articles

FEDERAL JURISDICTION OVER STATUTORILY-BASED WELFARE CLAIMS
David L. Herzer

EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LITIGATION: NEW PRIORITIES IN THE STRUGGLE FOR BLACK EQUALITY
Robert H. Olson, Jr.

Comments

PORT NOISE COMPLAINT
R. Timothy Weston, Michael S. Alvshin, David E. Benor, Marc A. Grainer

CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION FOR THE NEWSMAN’S WORK PRODUCT
Jeffrey G. Sherman

OPENING THE FLOODGATES TO DISSIDENT ALIENS
James W. Mohr

Case Comments

ARREST RECORDS AS A RACIALLY DISCRIMINATORY EMPLOYMENT CRITERION: GREGORY v. LITTON SYSTEMS, INC.
John L. Sarratt

DENIAL OF TAX EXEMPT STATUS TO SOUTHERN SEGREGATION ACADEMIES: GREEN v. KENNEDY
Mark I. Silberblatt

NEW POWER FOR TENANTS: THE LESSEE’S RIGHT TO A LIVABLE DWELLING: JAVINS V. FIRST NATIONAL REALTY CORP.
William J. Jefferson

Review

JUSTICE, MILITARY STYLE (COMMITTEE FOR LEGAL RESEARCH ON THE DRAFT, BASIC RESOURCE MATERIALS ON MILITARY LAW; ROBERT S. RIVKIN, GI RIGHTS AND ARMY JUSTICE: THE DRAFTEE’S GUIDE TO MILITARY LIFE AND LAW)
Laughlin McDonald


5 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (April 1970)

Articles

THE ADVENT OF A RIGHT TO HOUSING: A CURRENT APPRAISAL
Frank I. Michelman

PRISON DISCIPLINE AND INMATE RIGHTS
Bruce R. Jacob

BEYOND TINKER: THE HIGH SCHOOL AS AN EDUCATIONAL PUBLIC FORUM
Sheldon H. Nahmod

Comments

CONTROLLING LAWYERS BY BAR ASSOCIATIONS AND COURTS
Marshall Beil

I. BAR ASSOCIATIONS AND RADICAL LAWYERS: THE POLITICS OF ETHICS
Marshall Beil

II. THE BAR AS A TRADE ASSOCIATION: ECONOMICS< ETHICS, AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT
Marshall Beil

III. THE CONTEMPT WEAPON AGAINST LAWYERS IN COURT
Marshall Beil

THE FEDERAL RIOT ACT AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT
Henry R. Kaufman

THE AUTOMOBILE–POLLUTION CASE: INTERVENTION IN CONSENT DECREE SETTLEMENT
Stephen R. Kroll

FEEDING THE HUNGRY
Patrick E. Clancy and Wendy L. Wyse

ASSOCIATION PRIVACY AND THE PRIVATE CLUB: THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONFLICT
Marc Rohr

Case Comments

SECURING EFFECTIVE VOTING STRENGTH BY THE USE OF PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION IN AT-LARGE DISTRICTS. OWENS v. SCHOOL COMMITTEE OF BOSTON
Eric E. Van Loon

ACHIEVING INTEGRATION BY BUSSING ONLY BLACK AND PUERTO RICAN CHILDREN IS PROPER. NORWALK CORE v. NORWALK BOARD OF EDUCATION. ACHIEVING INTEGRATION BY BUSSING ONLY BLACK CHILDREN IS NOTPROPER. BRICE v. LANDIS
Ronald Brown and Geraldine Reed

FEDERAL COURTS MAY ENJOIN STATE COURT DECREES ALLEGED TO VIOLATE FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS IN EXTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES. MACHESKY v. BIZZELL
David G. Eisenstein

Reviews

THE ELECTRONIC ELECTIONS (JOE MCGINNISS, THE SELLING OF THE PRESIDENT 1968)
Joseph A. Califano, Jr.

WHAT HAPPENED TO THE RENAISSANCE? (ALEXANDER M. BICKEL, THE SUPREME COURT AND THE IDEA OF PROGRESS)
Leon E. Panetta

WE’RE GOING TO HAVE A NEW ATTORNEY GENERAL (RICHARD HARRIS, JUSTICE)
John P. MacKenzie


5 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (January 1970)

Articles

FREEDOM FROM INFORMATION: THE ACT AND THE AGENCIES
Ralph Nader

BARGAINING FOR JUSTICE: THE LAW STUDENTS’ CHALLENGE TO LAW FIRMS
Jerry Berman and Edgar Cahn

AIR AND WATER POLLUTION: WHAT TO DO WHILE WAITING FOR WASHINGTON
John C. Esposito

TOWARD EXPANSION OF WITHERSPOON: CAPITAL SCRUPLES, JURY BIAS, AND THE USE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DATA TO RAISE LEGAL PRESUMPTIONS
Faye Goldberg

Comments

CHILLING POLITICAL EXPRESSION BY USE OF POLICE INTELLIGENCE FILES: ANDERSON v. SILLS
Mark A. Chertok and Stanley Marcus

FROM THE FCC’S FAIRNESS DOCTRINE TO RED LION’S FIDUCIARY PRINCIPLE
John C. Barrett and Mary Louise Frampton

USE OF sec. 1983 TO REMEDY UNCONSTITUTIONAL POLICE CONDUCT: GUARDING THE GUARDS
David S. Gould

Case Comments

COURT MAY PERMIT WITHHOLDING OF INFORMATION NOT EXEMPTED FROM DISCLOSURE UNDER FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT. CONSUMERS UNION OF UNITED STATES v. VETERANS ADMINISTRATION
Jeffrey B. Albert

NECESSARY TO PRESERVE LIFE: A CONSTITUTIONALLY UNCERTAIN STANDARD. RIGHTS OF DOCTOR AND WOMAN VIOLATED. PEOPLE v. BELOUS
R. Eldridge Hicks

COURT ORDERS REVISION OF PUBLIC HOUSING AUTHORITY’S SITE SELECTION PROCEDURE, FOUND RACIALLY DISCRIMINATORY FOR LOCATING ALL PROJECTS IN BLACK NEIGHBORHOODS. GATREAUX v. CHICAGO HOUSING AUTHORITY; HICKS v. WEAVER
Stanton Koppel

REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT AND EQUAL PROTECTION–INVIDIOUS DISCRIMINATION OF A MULTI-MEMBER DISTRICTING SCHEME. CHAVIS v. WHITCOMB
Ellen L. Kroll and Howard M. McCue III

CONSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPENSATION OF COUNSEL REPRESENTING INDIGENTS–THE COURT’S INHERENT POWER TO ORDER PAYMENTS BY THE STATE. BEDFORD v. SALT LAKE COUNTY
Stuart Israelson

RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IN URBAN RENEWAL PROGRAM. ARRINGTON v. CITY OF FAIRFIELD
Michael L. Stern

Reviews

GOING AFTER THE F.T.C. (EDWARD F. COX, ROBERT C. FELLMETH, JOHN E. SCHULZ, “THE NADER REPORT” ON THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION; REPORT OF THE ABA COMMISSION TO STUDY THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION; RESPONSES OF PHILIP ELMAN, MEMBER FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION, TO SUBCOMMITTEE ON ADMINISTRATIVE PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY OF THE UNITED STATES SENATE ENTITLED ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM: THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION)
Louis Jaffe

POLITICAL JUSTICE (JESSICA MITFORD, THE TRIAL OF DR. SPOCK; PHILIP M. STERN, THE OPPENHEIMER CASE: SECURITY ON TRIAL; MELVIN RADER, FALSE WITNESS)
Leonard Boudin


4 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Spring 1969)

The Legitimate Scope of Police Discretion to Restrict Ordinary Activity

THE LEGITIMATE SCOPE OF POLICE DISCRETION TO RESTRICT ORDINARY ACTIVITY?

I. SOURCES OF PEDESTRIAN CIVIL LIBERTY
Daniel P. Sheehan

II. FIELD INTERROGATION
Beverly C. Moore, Jr.

III. LOITERING AND RELATED OFFENSES
Beverly C. Moore, Jr.

IV. VAGRANCY AND RELATED OFFENSES
Beverly C. Moore, Jr.

V. DISORDERLY CONDUCT
Brian Meltzer and David C. Trott

VI. POLICE INFILTRATION OF POLITICAL GROUPS
Peter Buchsbaum

Articles

THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT AND THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION: A STUDY IN MALFEASANCE
Robert C. Fellmeth

MENTAL COMPETENCY TO STAND TRIAL
Stuart E. Eizenstat

Comment

CONTINGENT FEES AND THE ELIGIBILITY OF THE POOR FOR GOVERNMENT FUNDED LEGAL SERVICES
Robert C. Goodman, Jr.

Recent Cases

ANTI-INJUNCTION STATUTE DOES NOT PREVENT FEDERAL COURT FROM ENJOINING STATE PROCEEDINGS WHERE PETITIONERS ALLEGE DEPRIVATION OF RIGHTS UNDER sec. 1983 OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT. LANDRY v. DALEY, 288 F. Supp. 200 (N.D. Ill. 1968)
David Shakow

PROPERTY AND OTHER VOTING RESTRICTIONS IN LOCAL ELECTIONS. KRAMER v. UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 15, 282 F. Supp. 70 (E.D.N.Y. 1968); CIPRIANO v. CITY OF HOUMA, 286 F. Supp. 823 (E.D. La. 1968)
Arthur M. Kaplan

DESEGREGATION: COLLEGE’S DUTY TO TAKE ACTION TO INTEGRATE BEYOND THE INSTITUTION OF A NON-DISCRIMINATORY ADMISSIONS POLICY. ALABAMA STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION v. ALABAMA PUBLIC SCHOOL AND COLLEGE AUTHORITY, 289 F. Supp. 784 (M.D. Ala. 1968); SANDERS v. ELLINGTON, 288 F. Supp. 937 (M.D. Tenn. 1968)
Harold B. Obstfeld

JURY DENIED IN CRIMINAL CONTEMPT FOR VIOLATION OF INJUNCTION AGAINST STRIKE BY PUBLIC EMPLOYEES. BOARD OF EDUCATION EX REL. RANKIN v. SHANKER, 242 N.E.2d 802 (N.Y. 1968)
Mark Peterson

Book Reviews

PAUL CHEVIGNY, POLICE POWER: POLICE ABUSES IN NEW YORK CITY
Michael E. Abram

PAUL C. REARDON AND CLIFTON DANIEL, FAIR TRIAL AND FREE PRESS
BRUCE WASSERSTEIN


4 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Fall 1968)

Articles

INTER-NEIGHBORHOOD DENIALS OF EQUAL PROTECTION IN THE PROVISION OF MUNICIPAL SERVICES
Gershon M. Ratner

THE RIGHT TO REPRESENTATION BY OUT-OF-STATE ATTORNEYS IN CIVIL RIGHTS CASES
Edward F. Sherman

REGULATION OF STREET DEMONSTRATIONS BY INJUNCTION: CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITATIONS ON THE COLLATERAL BAR RULE IN PROSECUTIONS FOR CONTEMPT
Joel L. Selig

Recent Cases

STANDING TO CHALLENGE STATE WELFARE PRACTICES ON THE GROUNDS THAT THEY VIOLATE FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS. KING v. SMITH, 392 U.S. 309 (1968)
Brian Meltzer

RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IN URBAN RENEWAL RELOCATION PROGRAM. NORWALK C.O.R.E. v. NORWALK REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, 395 F.2d 920 (2d Cir. 1968)
Mark J. Green

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TERMINAL IS AN APPROPRIATE PLACE FOR EXERCISE OF FREE SPEECH. WOLIN v. PORT OF NEW YORK AUTHORITY, 392 F.2d 83 (2d Cir. 1968)
Harold H. Green

DUE PROCESS PROHIBITS EVICTION FROM PUBLIC HOUSING WITHOUT A REASON. VINSON v. GREENBURGH HOUSING AUTHORITY, 288 N.Y.S.2d 159 (2d Dept. 1968)
William B. Bernard, Jr.

LANDLORD HAS NO RIGHT TO EVICT TENANT FOR NON-PAYMENT OF RENT WHERE LEASE WAS MADE IN VIOLATION OF HOUSING CODE. BROWN v. SOUTHALL REALTY CO., 237 A.2d 834 (D.C. App. 1968)
Colink Kaufman

COMMITMENT FOLLOWING ACQUITTAL BY REASON OF INSANITY MUST COMPLY WITH STANDARDS OF CIVIL COMMITMENT STATUTE. BOLTON v. HARRIS, 395 F.2d 642 (D.C. Cir. 1968)
John R. Evans

A PLAINTIFF SHOULD ORDINARILY RECOVER ATTORNEY’S FEES UNDER TITLE II OF THE 1964 CIVIL RIGHTS ACT (PUBLIC ACCOMMODATION SECTION). NEWMAN v. PIGGIE PARK ENTERPRISES, INC., 390 U.S. 400 (1968)
Bruce Wasserstein


3 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Spring 1968)

Articles

RENEWAL IN THE GHETTO: A STUDY OF RESIDENTIAL REHABILITATION IN BOSTON’S WASHINGTON PARK
David R. Gergen

RECEIVERSHIP: A USEFUL TOOL FOR HELPING TO MEET THE HOUSING NEEDS OF LOW INCOME PEOPLE
Albert Rosen

THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965: AN EVALUATION
L. Thorne McCarty and Russell B. Stevenson, Jr.

Recent Cases

DISCHARGE OF A POLICE OFFICER FOR INVOKING THE PRIVILEGE AGAINST SELF-INCRIMINATION. GARDNER v. BRODERICK, 29 N.E.2d 184 (N.Y. 1967)
Joseph Coyne

FELON’S CHALLENGE TO STATE LAW DISENFRANCHISING FELONS HELD NOT TO RAISE SUBSTANTIAL FEDERAL QUESTION. GREEN v. BOARD OF ELECTIONS OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 380 F.2d 445 (2d Cir. 1967)
Stephen B. Moldof

VAGRANCY LAWS INVALID AS TOO VAGUE AND AS IMPROPER EXERCISE OF POLICE POWER. FENSTER v. LEARY, 229 N.E.2d 426 (N.Y. 1967); Alegata v. Commonwealth, 231 N.E.2d 201 (Mass. 1967); Baker v. Binder, 274 F. Supp. 658 (W.D. Ky. 1967)
Mark Budnitz

RESIDENCE REQUIREMENT FOR WELFARE BENEFITS UNCONSTITUTIONAL. THOMPSON v. SHAPIRO, 270 F. Supp. 331 (D. Conn. 1967)
George J. Hayward

FAILURE TO NOTIFY REGISTRANT OF TIME HIS CLASSIFICATION TO BE CONSIDERED AND TO ALLOW HIM TO BE PRESENT CONSTITUTED DENIAL OF DUE PROCESS SUFFICIENT TO ACQUIT HIM ON CHARGE OF FAILING TO REPORT FOR INDUCTION. UNITED STATES v. THOMSON, Criminal No. 66-309-W (D. Mass., Dec. 4, 1967)
Joseph Remcho


3 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Fall 1967)

Articles

THE RIGHT TO EXEMPTION FROM MILITARY SERVICE OF A CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR TO A PARTICULAR WAR
Theodore Hochstadt

ENJOINING STATE CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS WHICH ABRIDGE FIRST AMENDMENT FREEDOMS
D’Army Bailey

ADDICTION, INSANITY, AND DUE PROCESS OF LAW: AN EXAMINATION OF THE CAPACITY DEFENSE
Roger Lowenstein

Recent Cases

EACH LOCAL SCHOOL SYSTEM NOT ALREADY UNDER COURT ORDER TO DESEGREGATE SHALL INSTITUTE A PLAN CONFORMING TO ACCOMPANYING DECREE, UNDER STATEWIDE ORDER FOR SCHOOL DESEGREGATION TO BE IMPLEMENTED BY DEFENDANT STATE SCHOOL OFFICIALS–THE 1965 ALABAMA TUITION-GRANT STATUTE IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL AS A LAW DESIGNED TO PERPETUATE A SEGREGATED STATE SCHOOL SYSTEM. LEE v. MACON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, 267 F. Supp. 458 (M.D. Ala. 1967)
Lee Carl Bromberg

QUESTION OF AMERICAN POLICY IN VIETNAM PERMITTED ON LOCAL ELECTION BALLOT. FARLEY v. HEALEY, 431 P.2d 650 (Cal. 1967); CARR v. HARTNETT, No. 289487, Superior Court of Middlesex County, Mass. (Nov. 6, 1967)
Richard Turbin

RETALIATORY EVICTIONS. EDWARDS v. HABIB, 227 A.2d 388 (D.C. Mun. Ct. App. 1967)
Robert C. Goodman, Jr.

PROBABLE CAUSE HOUSING INSPECTIONS REQUIRE WARRANT OR CONSENT. CAMARA v. MUNICIPAL COURT, 387 U.S. 523 (1967)
Donald J. Boyd

MUNICIPAL HOUSING AUTHORITY AND ITS DIRECTOR HELD NOT ENJOINABLE UNDER 42 U.S.C. sec. 1983. RANDELL v. NEWARK HOUSING Authority, 266 F. Supp. 171 (D.N.J. 1967)
Walter P. DeForest


2 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 2 (Spring 1967)

Mark DeWolfe Howe

MARK DEWOLFE HOWE
Louis L. Jaffe

MARK HOWE “IN REAL LIFE”
Alvin J. Bronstein and Henry Schwarzschild

MARK DEWOLFE HOWE
Samuel H. Thomas, Jr.

Slum Renewal through Landlord-Tenant Law

SLUM RENEWAL THROUGH LANDLORD-TENANT LAW?

RENT WITHHOLDING: PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
Edward H. Flitton III

TENANT INITIATED REPAIRS: NEW YORK’S ARTICLE 7-A
Donald J. Stang

RECEIVERSHIPS IN THE REHABILITATION OF URBAN HOUSING
Charles Pratt

TENANT UNIONS: AN EXPERIMENT IN PRIVATE LAW-MAKING
Gordon J. Davis and Michael W. Schwartz

Articles

TOWARD AN UNDERSTANDING OF DECISION MAKING IN THE OFFICE OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY: THE CDGM AFFAIR
Gordon J. Davis and Amanda Hawes

SOCIAL WELFARE REGULATION–THE MAN-IN-THE-HOUSE RULE–MORAL AND ECONOMIC RATIONALES–DENIALS OF EQUAL PROTECTION–CONTRARY TO PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THE WELFARE SYSTEM
Susan Scholle Connor

Recent Cases

CONVICTION UNDER STATE TRESPASS STATUTE OF PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATORS ON COUNTY JAIL GROUNDS AFTER SHERIFF’S DIRECTION TO LEAVE DOES NOT CONTRAVENE FREEDOM OF SPEECH OR RIGHT TO ASSEMBLE AND PETITION. ADDERLY v. FLORIDA, 87 S. Ct. 242 (1966)
Peter B. Sobol

IN THE ABSENCE OF EXCEPTIONAL CIRCUMSTANCES, FREEDOM OF CHOICE SCHOOL DESEGREGATION PLANS SHOULD CONFORM TO APPENDED DECREE< AND WILL BE EVALUATED ON THE BASIS OF EFFECTIVENESS–1966 HEW GUIDELINES ARE CONSTITUTIONAL AND AUTHORIZED BY THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964 AND DESERVE GREAT WEIGHT AS MINIMUM STANDARDS IN ASSESSING PLANS. UNITED STATES v. JEFFERSON COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION, No. 23345 (5th Cir., Dec. 29, 1966)
Martin S. Cooper

JURY COMMISSIONERS MUST MAKE CONSCIOUS EFFORT TO OBTAIN A CROSS-SECTION OF THE COMMUNITY. TABAT v. BENNETT, 365 F.2d 698; BROOKS v. BETTO, 365 F.2d 1; RABINOWITZ v. UNITED STATES, 366 F.2d 34 (5th Cir. 1966)
Elmer Schaefer

STOMACH PUMPING INCIDENT TO BORDER SEARCH FOR NARCOTICS IS NOT VIOLATION OF DUE PROCESS NOR UNREASONABLE SEARCH AND SEIZURE. BLEFARE v. UNITED STATES, 362 F.2d 870 (9th Cir. 1966)
Ron Cloutier


2 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Fall 1966)

Articles

THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT’S POWER TO PROTECT NEGROES AND CIVIL RIGHTS WORKERS AGAINST PRIVATELY INFLICTED HARM, PART II
Paul Andrew Brest

EXPATRIATION AND ITS CONSTITUTIONAL PROBLEMS
Douglas H. Walter

Comments

THE H.E.W. SCHOOL DESEGREGATION GUIDELINES
Martin S. Cooper

DETENTION OF MATERIAL WITNESSES IN CRIMINAL CASES
Roger A. Lowenstein

PREFERENTIAL SENIORITY RIGHTS FOR NEGRO EMPLOYEES
Stephen Stander

Recent Cases

EXCLUSIONARY RULE WILL APPLY TO STATEMENTS STEMMING FROM QUESTIONING BY POLICE UNLESS SUSPECT IS WARNED OF RIGHTS TO SILENCE, TO CONSULT WITH AND HAVE COUNSEL PRESENT, AND IF INDIGENT TO HAVE AN APPOINTED LAWYER. MIRANDA v. ARIZONA, 384 U.S. 436 (1966)
David M. Brodsky

ARIZONA ACT INFRINGES ON FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION. ELFBRANDT v. RUSSELL, 384 U.S. 11 (1966)
Jethro K. Lieberman


1 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev., No. 1 (Spring 1966)

Articles

THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT’S POWER TO PROTECT NEGROES AND CIVIL RIGHTS WORKERS AGAINST PRIVATELY INFLICTED HARM
Paul A. Brest

PROPOSITION 14 AND THE U.S. SUPREME COURT’S PROTECTION OF RACIAL GROUPS
Peter Gamer

A SENSE OF IRONY IN SOUTHERN JUVENILE COURTS
James E. Starrs

Comment

DISORDERLY CONDUCT STATUTES
Sheila Mahony

Recent Cases

ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDELINES FOR FEDERAL SPENDING NOW GOVERN FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT SCHOOL DESEGREGATION. SINGLETON v. JACKSON MUNICIPAL SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT

ORDER TO ELIMINATE RACIAL IMBALANCE SET ASIDE WHEN SCHOOL COMMITTEE VOLUNTARILY HAS AGREED TO ACT. SPRINGFIELD SCHOOL COMMITTEE v. BARKSDALE

CITY PARK ESTABLISHED AS A RACIALLY RESTRICTED CHARITABLE TRUST MUST DESEGREGATE BECAUSE TRANSFER FROM MUNICIPAL TO PRIVATE TRUSTEE DOES NOT DIVEST IT OF “PUBLIC CHARACTER.” EVANS v. NEWTON

CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR EXCEPTION TO MILITARY SERVICE?–SUPREME BEING BELIEF TEST EXPANDED TO INCLUDE UNORTHODOX ETHICO-RELIGIOUS VIEWS. UNITED STATES v. SEEGER
Philip S. Snow