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The Government Can't, May, or Must Fund Religious Schools: Three Riddles of Constitutional Change for Laurence Tribe
(University of Tulsa College of Law, 2006)
Three linked puzzles arise with the constitutionality of public funding private schools - where the funding scheme excludes religious schools: how can the demands of both the Establishment and Free Exercise clause be ...
In Favor of Foxes: Pluralism as Fact and Aid to the Pursuit of Justice
(The Boston University School of Law, 2010)
How admirable it is to use words to resolve conflicts between people. Using words rather than fists or bombs is valuable not only because it avoids physical destruction but also because it lays the predicate for more ...
In Tribute: Frank I. Michelman
(Harvard University, Harvard Law School, 2012)
Learning to Live With the Dilemma of Difference: Bilingual and Special Education
(Duke University School of Law, 1985)
"We were different/We knew we were different/We were told we were different," stated Chief Flying Eagle of the Mashpee Wampanoag Indians in the course of a trial over their tribal status. The plaintiffs, the Mashpee Indians, ...
The Constitution and the Subgroup Question
Presented on Nov. 18, 1994, Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington as the 1994 Harris Lecture.
The Work of Re-Membering: After Genocide and Mass Atrocity
First, this article explores the role of international criminal trails and truth commissions in resisting narratives of collective guilt and producing a different sort of collective memory, helping the society-and the ...
Violence against Women — A Challenge to the Supreme Court
(Massachusetts Medical Society, 1999)
Lawyering for Human Dignity