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Race Separatism in the Family: More on the Transracial Adoption Debate
Some twenty-five years ago a trial court in Virginia upheld the state ban on interracial marriage, reasoning that God created different races and, accordingly, that it was natural to maintain racial purity, and unnatural ...
Rights and Their Critics
Beyond Biology: The Politics of Adoption & Reproduction
It is exciting simply to be having this conference focused on adoption law and policy. I remember some nine years ago starting to plan a course dealing with adoption issues and wondering whether I would be able to justify ...
The Constitution and the Subgroup Question
Presented on Nov. 18, 1994, Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington as the 1994 Harris Lecture.
Problems with Rules
(California Law Review Inc., 1995)
On the Efficiency of Privately Stipulated Damages for Breach of Contract: Entry Barriers, Reliance, and Renegotiation
Two roles for stipulated damage provisions have been debated in the literature: protecting relationship-specific investments and inefficiently excluding competitors. Aghion and Bolton (1987) formally demonstrate the latter ...
The Turn to Interpretation
(University of South California Law Center, 1995)