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Articles from Vol. 54, No. 4, March

Congressional Silence and the Statutory Interpretation Game
TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I. A UNIDIMENSIONAL MODEL OF STATUTORY INTERPRETATION A. Introduction B. The Single-Dimension Model 1 The Set-Up a. No Transaction Costs b. With Transaction Costs c. The Shape of the...
Copyright Essentialism and the Performativity of Remedies
TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I. REMEDY REFORM PROPOSALS A. First Amendment Approaches: Remedies as Procedural Safeguards B. Law and Economics Approaches." From Property Rule [right arrow] Liability Rule II. THE RIGHTS/REMEDY RELATIONSHIP...
Knowledge Is Power: The Fundamental Right to Record Present Observations in Public
TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I. A GLIMPSE OF THE PROBLEM II. CONTEMPORARY FOCUS ON THE RIGHT TO RECORD A. First Amendment Litigation B. Fourteenth Amendment Litigation III. SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS A. Interests Protected by Substantive...
Nonmarket Values in Family Businesses
Even if doubts remain concerning the introduction of contractual principles into supposedly nonmarket family institutions, expanding the range of available choices in the domestic sphere is not the same thing as treating family relationships as fungible,...
The States of Immigration
TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I. VENUE-SHIFTING AND THE ROLE OF STATES A. The Structure of the Federal System B. The Incentives of Political Actors C. The Descriptive Limits of Federalism II. STATES IN IMMIGRATION POLICY MAKING A....
The Use of Gender Quotas in America: Are Voluntary Party Quotas the Way to Go?
TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I. BACKGROUND A. Gender Quotas: An International Context B. The Success of Gender Quotas Worldwide C. How Quotas Help Women Overcome Barriers to Getting Elected D. The Need for Gender Quotas in the...
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