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Northwestern University Law Review : Issues : Volume 102, Issue 1

Volume 102, Issue 1

  ARTICLES
  The Problem of Equality in Takings [citation]   Nestor M. Davidson 1-54
  In Search of Removal Jurisdiction [citation]   Scott Dodson 55-90
  Delaware's VantagePoint: The Empire Strikes Back in the Post-Post-Enron Era [citation]   Timothy P. Glynn 91-144
  James Madison and Legislative Chaplains [citation]   Andy G. Olree 145-222
         
  ESSAYS      
  Are All "Legal Dollars" Created Equal? [citation]   Yuval Feldman & Doron Teichman 223-262
  Acknowledging Guilt: Forcing Self-Identification in Post-Conviction DNA Testing [citation]   Tonja Jacobi & Gwendolyn Carroll 263-306
         
  COMMENTS      
  Irregular Passion: The Unconstitutionality and Inefficacy of Sex Offender Residency Laws [citation]   Sarah E. Agudo 307-342
  All Enemies, Foreign and Domestic: Erasing the Distinction Between Foreign and Domestic Intelligence Gathering Under the Fourth Amendment [citation]   Dan Fenske 343-382
  The Supreme Court's GVR Power: Drawing a Line Between Deference and Control [citation]   Sena Ku 383-420
         
  COLLOQUY ESSAY      
  What Tool Works Tells Us About Tailoring Patent Misuse Remedies [citation]   David McGowan 421-430
         
  SPECIAL SECTION:  2006 FEDERALIST SOCIETY NATIONAL LAWYERS CONVENTION      
  PANEL I: LIMITED GOVERNMENT AND SPREADING DEMOCRACY: UNEASY COUSINS?      
  Spreading Democracy [citation]   A. Raymond Randolph 431-432
  Democracy Promotion: Serving U.S. Values and Interests [citation]   Kenneth Wollack 433-436
  France and the United States: Not So Far from Each Other [citation]   François-Henri Briard 437-442
  Democracy and the Contest for Liberty [citation]   Tom G. Palmer 443-448
  Limited Government and Spreading Democracy: Two Fronts [citation]   William Kristol 449-454
  PANEL III: ARE CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES NECESSARY TO LIMIT GOVERNMENT?      
  Introductory Remarks [citation]   David B. Sentelle 455-456
  No Easy Constitutional Solution for Big Government [citation]   William N. Eskridge, Jr. 457-460
  Term Limits, Initiatives, and Other Gimmickry [citation]   Daniel H. Lowenstein 461-464
  Two Concepts of Government [citation]   Richard D. Parker 465-468
  On Constitutional Changes to Limit Government [citation]   Frank H. Easterbrook 469-476
  PANEL IV: THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT IN DEFINING OUR CULTURE      
  Introductory Remarks [citation]   Edwin Meese III 477-478
  Cultural Values and Government [citation]   Walter E. Dellinger III 479-482
  The (Im)proper Role of Government in Defining Our Culture [citation]   Charles Murray 483-486
  "Limited Government" and the Betrayal of American Values [citation]   Anthony D. Romero 487-490
  How the Government Influences Our Culture [citation]   Phyllis Schlafly 491-494
  How Government Unintentionally Influences Culture (The Case of Same-Sex Marriage) [citation]   William N. Eskridge, Jr. 495-498
  The Role of Government in Shaping Culture [citation]   Hadley P. Arkes 499-502