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RFRA-Vote Gambling: Why Paulsen is Wrong, As Usual
(Constitutional Commentary, 1997)
Supreme Court currents are no less treacherous to navigators than are river currents-and, as Michael Paulsen himself has previously pointed out, RFRA shares more than a linguistic resonance with a river.1 Unfortunately, ...
The Barking Dog
(Case Western Reserve Law Review, 1996)
Professor Tushnet, and indeed many of the participants in this symposium, seem to believe that United States v. Lopez will have some lasting significance. Those participants who disagree have suggested that the case's lack ...
Employment Discrimination: An Overview of the 1989 Supreme Court Term
(Law & Inequality, 1990)
Many of you have seen or heard in the media much discussion about last term's employment discrimination cases. Indeed, last term there was an extraordinary amount of activity in the Supreme Court on employment discrimination. ...