The Court should rethink its commerce clause jurisprudence to better align with modem economic realities already recognized by the Court's other decisions.
Exluding lesbians and gay men from the military is unconstitutional, and courts are not required by their deference to the military to allow the discrimination.
A judge's role in the desegregation of Buffalo's schools after Brown presents an example for a new role of the judiciary in institutional reform cases.
Article seeks to show deaf people are equally as competent to serve on a juror as any other person, and the idea they are not is unsupported.
Other Issues in this Volume
- Federal Welfare Reform in Light of the California Experience: Early Lessons for State Implementation of the Jobs Program
- Women and AIDS--Racism, Sexism, and Classism
- Examination of Comparatively Excessive Death Sentences in South Carolina 1979-1987, An
- Supreme Court's Denial of Reasonable Attorney's Fees to Prevailing Civil Rights Plaintiffs, The