Texas Law Review

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Articles from Vol. 83, No. 1, November

Deworming the Internet*
I. IntroductionIn 1988, graduate student Robert T. Morris released the first "worm"1 to have a major impact on the internet.2 The self-replicating program directly and indirectly disabled thousands of time-shared, multi-user computers3 by exploiting...
The Rehnquist Court's Two Federalisms
The Supreme Court's "Federalist Revival" is now a decade old.1 We have seen neither the revolution that partisans of states rights might have wished nor the deluge that many nationalists feared.2 What we have witnessed is the incremental expansion, across...
Trait Discrimination as Sex Discrimination: An Argument against Neutrality
Title VII prohibits discrimination whereby women or men are denied employment opportunities because of their status as such. Much of the employment discrimination taking place today, however, targets not all women or men, but only those with particular...
Was the Right to Keep and Bear Arms Conditioned on Service in an Organized Militia?
Was the Right to Keep and Bear Arms Conditioned on Service in an Organized Militia? THE MILITIA AND THE RIGHT TO ARMS, OR, How THE SECOND AMENDMENT FELL SILENT. By H. Richard Uviller[dagger] and William G. Merkel.[dagger][dagger] Durham: Duke University...