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Process and Property in Constitutional Theory
Could property be a "process right?" "Property" does denote, among other things, a class or cluster of legal rights. In appropriate contexts, it plainly means a class or cluster of constitutional rights. But could the ...
"There Have to Be Four"
(University of Maryland, 2005)
Pragmatist and Poststructuralist Critical Legal Practice
(University of Pennsylvania, 1991)
(Loyola Law School; 1999, 2001)
In Pursuit of Constitutional Welfare Rights: One View of Rawls' Theory of Justice
(University of Pennsylvania, 1973)
A Skeptical View of "Property Rights" Legislation
(The Berkeley Electronic Press, 2011)
Political Markets and Community Self-Determination: Competing Judicial Models of Local Government Legitimacy
(Indiana University School of Law, 1977)
This article is a significantly revised version of the Harris Lectures delivered in April, 1977 at the Indiana University School of Law of Bloomington.