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Parole, in "Eighteenth Annual Review of Criminal Procedure: United States Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, 1987-88"
(Georgetown Law Journal, 1989)
The purpose of parole is to integrate prisoners into society by allowing them to serve a portion of their sentences outside prison. While on parole, the parolee is subject to the continuing supervision of a parole or ...
(Tulane Law Review, 1989)
Michael Perry's thoughtful jurisprudential musings in Morality, Politics, and Law get most things just right. His framework of moral knowledge and a constitution of aspirations resonates with much of the best of contemporary ...
Financing a College Education: A Taxing Dilemma
(Ohio State Law Journal, 1989)
The cost of sending a child to college in the United States is rapidly increasing. As a result, the need for families to plan ahead to meet this cost has never been greater. Paramount in making those plans is the consideration ...
The Early Virginia Tradition of Extra-Textual Interpretation
(Albany Law Review, 1989)
Separation of Powers: Asking a Different Question
(Williamn and Mary Law Review, 1989)
What I find most intriguing about Professor Casper's essay1 is its historical description of the founders' attitude not so much toward "separation of powers," but toward separation of powers "questions." In other words, I ...
(Constitutional Commentary, 1989)
GENDER JUSTICE is an avowedly liberal tract on the problems of gender discrimination in our society. It seeks to provide an alternative to the visions of both conservatives and radical feminists. The book fails in its ...
Promoting Safety Through Workers' Compensation: The Efficacy and Net Wage Costs of Injury Insurance
(The RAND Journal of Economics, 1989)
This article explores the effects of workers' compensation on fatality rates and wages using the 1982 Panel Study of Income Dynamics and the new occupational fatality data issued by the National Institute for Occupational ...
Welcome to the Funhouse: The Incredible Maze of Modern Divorce Taxation
(Harvard Journal on Legislation, 1989)
Using legislative histories the article shows how the incidence of taxation began to fall more heavily on women in the context of divorce as women's social and political status rose during World War II and that this trend ...
(Michigan Law Review, 1989-05)
Mark Tushnet's new book ("Red, White, and Blue: A Critical Analysis of Constitutional Law") is an example of how too many layers of theoretical detachment can obscure truly innovative scholarship. His fervent insistence ...