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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

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