Closing address regarding how state and local govenrments, industrial sectors, and race impact economic development at the state and local levels.
- Pacific Gas &(and) Electric v. Public Utilities Commission of California: Negative First Amendment Rights for Corporations
- Foreign Farm Workers in the U.S.: The Impact of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986
- Attorney General's Role in the Farm Crisis: The Minnesota Experience, An
- America's Decision: Will We Save the Family Farm
- Symposium on Federal and State Methods of Repressing Political Activism, February 21, 1987
- Employees, Not-So-Independent Contractors, and the Case of Migrant Farmworkers: A Challenge to the Law and Economics Agency Doctrine
- Petition for Extraordinary Relief: If the LaRouche AIDS Initiative Had Passed in California
- Rejection of Collective Bargaining Agreements in Chapter 11 and the Probability of Strikes: Tipping the Balance of Equities
In Depth Reading
Volume 15 Issue 1
PACE supports businesses in becoming employee-owned. Urges its replication elsewhere to promote economic development & better account for workers' needs.
Progressive city development should work to change the position of minorities, women and the poor through structural intervention, taking Chicago as an example.
Advocates for the expansion of credit unions in low-income neighborhoods as a tool to stimulate reinvestment in these communities.
Volume 15 Issue 2
Analyzes each of the major provisions of IRCA that affect foreign farm workers.
Analyzes 1st amendment rights for corporations by examining the Supreme Court case Pacific Gas and the Berger Court's definition of property rights.
Considering how farming should take place in the US -- how will givernment approach the farm economy?
Argues state attorneys general have a crucial role to play in the farm crisis; case study of Minnesota.
Volume 15 Issue 3
Petition for extraordinary relief against CA statute requiring HIV positive persons to report themselves to the Dept of Health.
Article argues that under law and economics, unskilled migrant farmworkers should be categorically recognized as employees.
Keynote address on federal and state methods of repressing political activism.
Argues state attorneys can challenge fake abortion clinics under existing state statutes without violating 1st amendment.
Volume 15 Issue 4
Examines obstacles defenders face in representing indigent criminal defendants.
Goals of the indigent defense system do not account for actual needs of defendants, leading to deficiencies within the system.
Introduces the structure and operation of the 18-B Panel and Legal Aid Society.
Outlines criteria and difficulties in obtaining data about respective caseloads of 18-B Panel and Legal Aid Society attorneys.