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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


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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?

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


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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

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