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Beyond All Criticism?
(Minnesota Law Review, 1999)
We knew, of course, that we were treading on dangerous ground in challenging radical multiculturalism. In writing Beyond All Reason we argued that the radicals' postmodern theories conflict deeply with their own laudable ...
Plus Ça Change . . . or If Hard Cases Make Bad Law, What Do Bad Cases Make?
(Constitutional Commentary, 1999)
This article is part of a symposium on constitutional law, the theme of which is to explore real constitutional issues deriving from specific cases within a fictional exercise. These cases, all taken from the historical ...
Judicial Federalism in the Trenches: The Rooker-Feldman Doctrine in Action
(Notre Dame Law Review, 1999)
One little-noticed side effect of the litigation explosion in this country is the exponential growth of federal doctrines designed to simplify complex litigation. Many of these doctrines have been created and applied largely ...