Comments supportive of money in campaigns and against the regulation of campaign finance.
- New Development in Defending Commitment of the Elderly
- Privacy of Inquiry and the First Amendment: Towards a Testimonial Privilege for Information Gathering
- Conserving Natural Resources: Toward a Comprehensive State Solid Waste Recycling Program under the Federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
- Proving Intentional Discrimination in Equal Protection Cases: The Growing Burden of Proof in the Supreme Court
In Depth Reading
Volume 10 Issue 1
Presentation of policy questions and constitutional concerns related to reforming the primary system in presidential elections.
Discussion of independent campaign expenditures and political action committee spending with respect to the electoral defeat of Senator Bayh in Indiana.
Remarks on the constitutional implications of limiting forms of campaign finance, particularly regarding political action committees and independent financing.
Volume 10 Issue 2
Responding to the arguments of David Kairys and Julie Shapiro. Peterzell raises questions about whether there was a true "intelligence community" among private anti-nuclear groups.
The origins of atomic secrecy and the law surrounding atomic secrecy in light of civil liberties.
Definitions of civil liberties in context with the broader discussion of nuclear development and security issues
Security implications of commercial nuclear power; challenges to civil liberties; implications of the move toward nuclear power as emboldening the police state
Volume 10 Issue 3
Analysis of granting testimonial privilege to professional journalists as opposed to the general public; preserving a robust press.
Proposal of a framework with which to analyze state models on natural resources conservation and waste reduction/recycling programs using Pareto optimality.
Socially responsible investment of state-run pension funds; legal issues, effectiveness and financial consequences of restricting South African investment.
Shifting Supreme Court jurisprudence requiring heightened standards for proving intentional discrimination; resulting curtailment in challenges to unfair laws.