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Translation as Argument
Justice Brennan, Equality, and Majority Rule
(University of Pennsylvania, 1991)
Comments on Gedicks and Ball
Constituting We the People
(Fordham Law Review, 1997)
Symposium: Brown v. Board of Education and Its Legacy: A Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, Public Law Litigation and the Ambiguties of Brown
(Fordham Law Review, 1992)
Professor Tushnet posits that the Supreme Court's concern for gradually carrying out desegregation in the public schools ironically gave rise to "'public law litigation"---an aggressive form ofjudicial review. Specifically. ...
Symbolic Statues and Real Laws: The Pathologies of the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act and the Prison Litigation Reform Act
(Duke University School of Law, 1997)
Criminals are not popular. No politician in recent memory has lost an election for being too tough on crime. In 1996, the Republican Congress and the Democratic President collaborated on two major statutes affecting the ...
(Duke University School of Law, 1990)
This collection of articles and essays on the frontiers of legal thought shows the ways in which some aspects of legal thought have developed in the past decade. Building on the insights of the American Legal Realists but ...