Reviews Listed by Volume and Number: Volume 3 (1993)

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Number 1 (January, 1993): Franck, Thomas M. Political Questions/Judicial Answers: Does the Rule of Law Apply to Foreign Affairs.

Number 1 (January, 1993): Jackson, Donald W. Even the Children of Strangers: Equality under the U.S. Constitution.

Number 1 (January, 1993): Kull, Andrew. The Color Blind Constitution.

Number 2 (February, 1993): Adler, Freda and William S. Laufer (eds.). New Directions in Criminological Research.

Number 2 (February, 1993): Glendon, Mary Ann. Rights Talk: The Impoverishment of Political Discourse.

Number 2 (February, 1993): Schultz, David A. Property, Power, and American Democracy.

Number 3 (March, 1993): Hunt, Alan (ed.). Reading Dworkin Critically.

Number 3 (March, 1993): Ivers, Gregg. Redefining the First Freedom: The Supreme Court and the Consolidation of State Power.

Number 3 (March, 1993): Morison, John and Philip Leith. The Barrister's World and the Nature of Law.

Number 3 (March, 1993): Spann, Girardeau A. Race Against the Court.

Number 4 (April, 1993): Barnum, David G. The Supreme Court and American Democracy.

Number 4 (April, 1993): Calavita, Kitty. Inside the State: The Bracero Program, Immigration, and the I.N.S.

Number 4 (April, 1993): Chevigny, Paul. Gigs: Jazz and the Cabaret Laws in New York City.

Number 4 (April, 1993): Fox, Robin. Reproduction Succession: Studies in Anthropology, Law and Society.

Number 4 (April, 1993): Hall, Kermit L. (ed.). The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States.

Number 4 (April, 1993): Shapiro, Barbara J. Beyond Reasonable Doubt and Probable Cause: Historical Perspectives on the Anglo-American Law of Evidence.

Number 4 (April, 1993): Walker, Thomas G. and Lee Epstein. The Supreme Court of the United States: An Introduction.

Number 5 (May, 1993): Weitzman, Lenore J. and Mavis Maclean (eds.). Economic Consequences of Divorce: The International Perspective.

Number 6 (June, 1993): Clayton, Cornell W. The Politics of Justice: The Attorney General and the Making of Legal Policy.

Number 6 (June, 1993): Haley, John Owen. Authority Without Power.

Number 6 (June, 1993): Horwitz, Morton J. The Transformation of American Law, 1870-1960.

Number 6 (June, 1993): Salokar, Rebecca Mae. The Solicitor General: The Politics of Law.

Number 6 (June, 1993): Smith, Christopher E. Courts, Politics, and the Judicial Process.

Number 6 (June, 1993): Traver, Harold H. and Mark S. Gaylord (eds.). Drugs, Law and the State.

Number 6 (June, 1993): Vercher, Antonio. Terrorism in Europe: An International Comparative Legal Analysis.

Number 7 (July, 1993): Ellman, Stephen. In a Time of Trouble: Law and Liberty in South Africa's State of Emergency.

Number 7 (July, 1993): Epstein, Lee and Joseph Kobylka. The Supreme Court and Legal Change.

Number 7 (July, 1993): Hutchinson, Dennis J., David A. Strauss, and Geoffrey R. Stone (eds.). The Supreme Court Review 1991.

Number 7 (July, 1993): Lively, Donald E. Foreshadows of the Law: Supreme Court Dissents and Constitutional Development.

Number 7 (July, 1993): Sabin, Arthur J. Red Scare in Court: New York versus The International Workers Order.

Number 8 (August, 1993): Humana, Charles. (ed.). World Human Rights Guide.

Number 8 (August, 1993): Skolnick, Jerome H. and James J. Fyfe. Above the Law: Police and the Excessive Use of Force.

Number 8 (August, 1993): Volcansek, Mary. Judicial Impeachment: None Called for Justice.

Number 9 (September, 1993): Barnett, Larry D. Legal Construct, Social Concept: A Macrosociological Perspective on Law.

Number 9 (September, 1993): Craig, Barbara Hinkson and David M. O'Brien. Abortion and American Politics.

Number 9 (September, 1993): Hagle, Timothy M. A Reply to Professor Canon's Review of Segal and Spaeth's The Supreme Court and the Attitudinal Model

Number 9 (September, 1993): Segal, Jeffrey A. and Harold J. Spaeth. The Supreme Court and the Attitudinal Model.

Number 9 (September, 1993): Sunstein, Cass R. The Partial Constitution.

Number 10 (October, 1993): Beller, Andrea H. and John W. Graham. Small Change: The Economics of Child Support.

Number 10 (October, 1993): Kenney, Sally J. For Whose Protection? Reproductive Hazards and Exclusionary Policies in the United States and Britain.

Number 11 (November, 1993): Bradley, Craig M. The Failure of the Criminal Procedure Reform.

Number 11 (November, 1993): Flemming, Roy B., Peter F. Nardulli and James Eisenstein. The Craft of Justice: Politics and Work in Criminal Justice Communities.

Number 11 (November, 1993): Hunt, Alan. Explorations in Law and Society: Toward a Constitutive Theory of Law.

Number 11 (November, 1993): Jacobsohn, Gary Jeffrey. Apple of Gold: Constitutionalism in Israel and the United States.

Number 11 (November, 1993): Litan, Robert E. (ed.). Verdict: Assessing the Civil Jury System.

Number 12 (December, 1993): Church, Thomas W. and Milton Heumann Speedy Disposition: Monetary Incentives and Policy Reform in Criminal Justice

Number 12 (December, 1993): Glick, Henry R. The Right to Die.

Number 12 (December, 1993): Harris, William F. II. The Interpretable Constitution.

Number 12 (December, 1993): Mann, Coramae Richey. Unequal Justice: A Question of Color.

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