In a democratic society that prides itself on liberty and human dignity, we should not settle for a definition that draws a line that allows the affront on personhood at work in Haitian prisons.
Electing judges, then, produces an unintended result: it makes a state court more likely to turn a state constitutional question, which should be decided by the state court, into a federal constitutional question to be decided by the United StatesSupreme
If constructed well, a no-fault scheme could replicate many of the positive aspects of tort law. Congress should seize this unique opportunity to preserve the beneficial effects of tort law and protect the health and safety of Americans.
Other Issues in this Volume
- The Proper Role of Morality in State Policies on Sexual Orientation and Intimate Relationships
- The Production and Reproduction of Constitutional Norms
- Missed Opportunities in McCorvey v. Hill: The Limits of Pro-Choice Lawyering
- Religious Perspectives on the Abortion Decision: The Sacredness of Women's Lives, Morality and Values, and Social Justice
- Juvenile Life without Parole: An Antidote to Congress's One-Way Criminal Law Ratchet
- Climate-Induced Community Relocations: Creating an Adaptive Governance Framework Based in Human Rights Doctrine
- Inadequate Discipline: Challenging Zero Tolerance Policies as Violating State Constitution Education Clauses
- Electoral Exceptionalism and the First Amendment: A Road Paved with Good Intentions
- Money and Rights
- Nonparticipatory Association and Compelled Political Speech: Consent as a Constitutional Principle in the Wake of Citizens United
- Introduction - Symposium Issue: Money, Politics, and the Constitution: Citizens United