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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

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