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Without Virtue There Can Be No Liberty
(Minnesota Law Review, 1993)
Over the past two and a quarter centuries, Americans have understood rights and liberties in a variety of different ways. What I hope to do in this essay is to describe the two most prominent traditions of our heritage of ...
Telling Stories Out of School: An Essay on Legal Narratives
(Stanford Law Review, 1993)
Once upon a time, the law and literature movement taught us that stories have much to say to lawyers, and Robert Cover taught us that law is itself a story. Instead of living happily ever after with that knowledge, some ...
An Originalist Understanding of Minimalism
(Northwestern University Law Review, 1993)
The main burden of Professor Perry's paper is to demonstrate that an originalist may, but need not, be a minimalist. In the course of this project, Perry reiterates his earlier arguments in favor of originalism. He also ...