Respecting State Courts: The Inevitability of Judicial Federalism

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Index
Abortion, 2, 27
Abstention, 31
Affirmative Action, 130
African-American judges, 109-114
Age Discrimination in Employment Act, 74
Althouse, Ann, 58
American Bar Association, 114
American Civil Liberties Union, 14n.3
American Law Institute, 7
American Political Science Association, 10n.28
Americans with Disabilities Act, 20, 131
Anti-Injunction Act, 33
Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act, 121-122, 125-126
Antitrust: federal, 83-84; state, 75
Appeals, 44n.47
Bankruptcy, 84
Bill of Rights, 23, 88, 94
Bird, Rose, 118, 132-133
Black, Hugo, 24, 31
Bork, Robert, 19
Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act, 1n.1
Brennan, William J., 5, 58, 89
Buchanan, James, 19
Campaign finance reform, 25, 42n.40
Chemerinsky, Erwin, 53-54
Citations in Judicial Opinions, 77-79
Civil cases, 63-65
Civil Rights Act (42 U.S.C. § 1983), 33, 64n.2, 75-79
Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII), 67, 72, 74, 75
Civil Rights Movement, 35-36
Civil War, 2, 35-36
Clinton, Bill, 4, 122
Communitarianism, 138
Congress, 29-30, 50, 64, 67, 80-81, 85, 115, 121-122, 135
Constitution ( U.S.), Article III, 29-30, 97 n.31
Copyright cases, 64, 84
Criminal cases, 63-64
De Tocqueville, 17n.15, 135
Death penalty and state courts, 114-119
Declaration of Independence, 137
Defense of Marriage Act, 135
Delay in court, 44n.46
Diversity Jurisdiction, 80
Dolbeare, Kenneth, 38
Drug policy, 26, 134
Eighth Amendment, 114
Eleventh Amendment, 30n.4, 59-60, 131n.7
Ely, John Hart, 19
Employee Retirement Income Security Act, 64n.5, 65n.7
Equal Protection Clause, 45, 51
Exclusionary rule, 7n.19, 25
Fair Labor Standards Act, 60n.84
Federal Courts Study Committee, 65n.7
Federal Employees Liability Act, 65n.7
Federal Judges, 37-39, 65

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