Reviews Listed by Volume and Number: Volume 7 (1997)

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Number 1 (January 1997): Allen, Francis A. The Habits of Legality: Criminal Justice and the Rule of Law.

Number 1 (January 1997): Collins, Ronald K.L. David M. Skover. The Death of Discourse.

Number 1 (January 1997): Fiss, Owen. Liberalism Divided: Freedom of Speech and the Many Uses of State Power.

Number 1 (January 1997): Free, Marvin D., Jr. African Americans and the Criminal Justice System.

Number 1 (January 1997): Gangi William. Response to the review of his book Saving the Constitution from the Courts.

Number 1 (January 1997): Guarino-Ghezzi, Susan and Edward J. Loughran. Balancing Juvenile Justice.

Number 1 (January 1997): Keynes, Edward. Liberty, Property, and Privacy: Toward a Jurisprudence of Substantive Due Process.

Number 1 (January 1997): Malavis, Nicholas George. Bless the Pure and Humble: Texas Lawyers and Oil Regulation, 1919-36.

Number 1 (January 1997): Mueller, Dennis C. Constitutional Democracy.

Number 1 (January 1997): O'Connor, Karen. No Neutral Ground?Abortion Politics in an Age of Absolutes.

Number 1 (January 1997): Sarat, Austin and Thomas R. Kearns (eds.). Justice and Injustice in Law and Legal Theory.

Number 1 (January 1997): Sarat, Austin and Thomas R. Kearns (eds.). Legal Rights: Historical and Philosophical Perspectives.

Number 1 (January 1997): Schwartz, Bernard (ed.). The Warren Court: A Retrospective.

Number 1 (January 1997): Subedi, Surya P. Land and Maritime Zones of Peace in International Law.

Number 1 (January 1997): Uviller, H. Richard. Virtual Justice: The Flawed Prosecution of Crime in America.

Number 1 (January 1997): Wolters, Raymond. Right Turn: William Bradford Reynolds, The Reagan Administration, and Black Civil Rights.

Number 2 (February 1997): Chermak, Steven M. Victims in the News: Crime and the American News Media.

Number 2 (February 1997): Ely, John Hart. On Constitutional Ground.

Number 2 (February 1997): Ernst, Daniel. Lawyers Against Labor: From Individual Rights to Corporate Liberalism.

Number 2 (February 1997): Hopkins, Ann Branigar. So Ordered: Making Partner the Hard Way.

Number 2 (February 1997): Kruman, Marc W. Between Authority and Liberty: State Constitution Making in Revolutionary America.

Number 2 (February 1997): LaRue, L. H. Constitutional Law as Fiction: Narrative in the Rhetoric of Authority.

Number 2 (February 1997): McLauchlan, William P. The Indiana State Constitution.

Number 2 (February 1997): Mitchell, Richard J. Political Bribery in Japan.

Number 2 (February 1997): Moore, Wayne D. Constitutional Rights and Powers of the People.

Number 2 (February 1997): Neuman, Gerald L. Strangers to the Constitution:Immigrants, Borders, and Fundamental Law.

Number 2 (February 1997): Weisberg, Richard H. Vichy Law and the Holocaust in France.

Number 3 (March 1997): Altman, Andrew. Arguing about Law: An Introduction to Legal Philosophy.

Number 3 (March 1997): Arthur, John. Words that Bind: Judicial Review and the Grounds of Modern Constitutional Theory.

Number 3 (March 1997): Cardwell, Michael. Milk Quotas: European Community and United Kingdom Law.

Number 3 (March 1997): Domnarski, William. In the Opinion of the Court.

Number 3 (March 1997): Downs, Donald Alexander. More than Victims: Battered Women, the Syndrome Society, and the Law.

Number 3 (March 1997): Griffin, Stephen M. American Constitutionalism: From Theory to Politics.

Number 3 (March 1997): Hendley, Kathryn. Trying to Make Law Matter.

Number 3 (March 1997): Hockett, Jeffrey D. New Deal Justice: The Constitutional Jurisprudence of Hugo L. Black, Felix Frankfurter, and Robert H. Jackson.

Number 3 (March 1997): Katz, Ellis and G. Alan Tarr (eds.). Federalism and Rights.

Number 3 (March 1997): Mennel, Robert M. and Christine L. Compston (eds.). Holmes and Frankfurter: Their Correspondence, 1912-1934.

Number 3 (March 1997): Nagel, Robert F. (ed.). Intellect and Craft: The Contributions of Justice Hans Linde to American Constitutionalism.

Number 3 (March 1997): Pierce, Jennifer L. Gender Trials: Emotional Lives in Contemporary Law Firms.

Number 3 (March 1997): Posner, Richard A. The Federal Courts: Challenge and Reform.

Number 3 (March 1997): Preuss, Ulrich K. Constitutional Revolution: The Link Between Constitutionalism and Progress.

Number 3 (March 1997): Ranney, Austin (ed.). Courts and the Political Process: Jack W. Peltason's Contributions to Political Science.

Number 3 (March 1997): Rosenbloom, David H. and Rosemary OíLeary. Public Administration and Law.

Number 3 (March 1997): Rowland, C.K. and Robert A. Carp. Politics and Judgment in Federal District Courts.

Number 3 (March 1997): Schultz, David A. and Christopher E. Smith. The Jurisprudential Vision of Justice Antonin Scalia.

Number 3 (March 1997): Sebba, Leslie. Third Parties: Victims and the Criminal Justice System.

Number 3 (March 1997): Steiner, Henry J. and Philip Alston (eds.) International Human Rights in Context: Law, Politics, Morals.

Number 4 (April 1997): Bellow, Gary and Martha Minow (eds.). Law Stories: Law, Meaning, and Violence.

Number 4 (April 1997): Bergmann, Barbara R. In Defense of Affirmative Action.

Number 4 (April 1997): Biskupic, Joan and Elder Witt. The Supreme Court and the Powers of the American Government.

Number 4 (April 1997): Bright, Charles. The Powers that Punish: Prison and Politics in the Era of the "Big House," 1920-1955.

Number 4 (April 1997): Brisbin, Jr., Richard A. Justice Antonin Scalia and the Conservative Revival.

Number 4 (April 1997): Caney, Simon, David George, and Peter Jones (eds.). National Rights, International Obligations.

Number 4 (April 1997): Eastland, Terry. Ending Affirmative Action: The Case for Colorblind Justice.

Number 4 (April 1997): Feldman, Stephen M. Please Don't Wish Me a Merry Christmas: A Critical History of the Separation of Church and State.

Number 4 (April 1997): Jelen, Ted G. (ed.). Perspectives on the Politics of Abortion.

Number 4 (April 1997): Joseph, Lawrence B. (ed.). Crime, Communities and Public Policy.

Number 4 ( April 1997): Jost Kenneth. The Supreme Court Yearbook 1995-1996.

Number 4 (April 1997): Maveety, Nancy. Justice Sandra Day O'Connor: Strategist on the Supreme Court.

Number 4 (April 1997): McCormick, Peter. Canada's Courts.

Number 4 (April 1997): McDonagh, Eileen L. Breaking the Abortion Deadlock: From Choice to Consent.

Number 4 (April 1997): Neeley, G. Steven. The Constitutional Right to Suicide: A Legal and Philosophical Examination.

Number 4 (April 1997): Nielsen, Marianne O. and Robert A. Silverman (eds.). Native Americans, Crime, and Justice.

Number 4 (April 1997): Sarnoff, Susan Kiss. Paying for Crime: The Policies and Possibilities of Crime Victim Reimbursement.

Number 4 (April 1997): Slawson, W. David. Binding Promises: The Late 20th-Century Reformation of Contract Law.

Number 4 (April 1997): Stychin, Carl F Law's Desire: Sexuality and the Limits of Justice.

Number 5 (May 1997): Band, Jonathan and Masanobu Katoh. Interfaces on Trial: Intellectual Property and Interoperability in the Global Software Industry.

Number 5 (May 1997): Biskupic, Joan and Elder Witt. The Supreme Court and Individual Rights.

Number 5 (May 1997): Biskupic, Joan and Elder Witt. The Supreme Court at Work.

Number 5 (May 1997): Brigham, John. The Constitution of Interests: Beyond the Politics of Rights.

Number 5 (May 1997): Brisbin, Jr., Richard A. Reply to David Schultz's review of Justice Antonin Scalia and the Conservative Revival.

Number 5 (May 1997): Garvey, John H. What are Freedoms For?

Number 5 (May 1997): Hyman, Harold M. The Reconstruction Justice of Salmon P. Chase: In Re Turner and Texas V. White.

Number 5 (May 1997): Inciardi, James A. , Duane C. McBride, and James E. Rivers. Drug Control and the Courts.

Number 5 (May 1997): Johnston, Richard , Andre Blais, Elisabeth Gidengil, and Neil Nevitte. The Challenge of Direct Democracy: The Canadian Referendum.

Number 5 (May 1997): Lee, Francis Graham (ed.). All Imaginable Liberty: The Religious Liberty Clauses of the First Amendment.

Number 5 (May 1997): Merrills, J. G. The Development of International Law by the European court of Human Rights (Second Edition)

Number 5 (May 1997): Mitchell, Lawrence E. (ed.). Progressive Corporate Law.

Number 5 (May 1997): Newman, Frank and David Weissbrodt. International Human Rights: Law, Policy and Process (Second Edition).

Number 5 (May 1997): Rabinowitz, Victor. Unrepentant Leftist: A Lawyer's Memoir.

Number 5 (May 1997): Schwartz, Bernard. The Unpublished Opinions of the Rehnquist Court.

Number 5 (May 1997): Stebenne, David L. Arthur J. Goldberg: New Deal Liberal.

Number 5 (May 1997): Tonry, Michael. Sentencing Matters.

Number 6 (June 1997): Adams, David M. PhilosophicalProblems in the Law, Second Edition.

Number 6 (June 1997): Askin, Frank. Defending Rights: A Life in Law and Politics.

Number 6 (June 1997): Chin, Ko-lin. Chinatown Gangs: Extortion, Enterprise, and Ethnicity.

Number 6 (June 1997): Delgado, Richard and Jean Stefancic. Failed Revolutions: Social reform and the Limits of Legal Imagination.

Number 6 (June 1997): Huff, C. Ronald, Ayre Rattner and Edward Sagarin. Convicted But Innocent: Wrongful conviction and Public Policy.

Number 6 (June 1997): Jackson, Donald W. The United Kingdom Confronts the European Convention on Human Rights.

Number 6 (June 1997): Kahn, Robert S. Other People's Blood: U.S. Immigration Prisons in the Reagan Decade.

Number 6 (June 1997): Kassim, Husain. SarakhsióHugo Grotius of the Muslims: The Doctrine of Juristic Preference and the Concepts of Treaties and Mutual Relations.

Number 6 (June 1997): Kaye, D. H. Science in Evidence.

Number 6 (June 1997): Macaulay, Stewart , Lawrence M. Friedman, and John Stookey (eds.). Law and Society: Readings on the Social Study of Law.

Number 6 (June 1997): Martini, Martha Rice. Marx Not Madison: The Crisis of American Legal Education.

Number 6 (June 1997): Nino, Carlos Santiago. Radical Evil on Trial.

Number 6 (June 1997): Nino, Carlos Santiago. The Constitution of Deliberative Democracy.

Number 6 (June 1997): O'Neil, Robert M. Free Speech in the College Community.

Number 6 (June 1997): Plescia, Joseph. The Bill of Rights and Roman Law: A Comparative Study.

Number 6 (June 1997): Rochvarg, Arnold. Watergate Victory: Mardian's Appeal.

Number 6 (June 1997): Saunders, Kevin W. Violence as Obscenity: Limiting the Media's First Amendment Protection.

Number 6 (June 1997): Shichor, David and Dale K. Sechrest (eds.). Three Strikes and You're Out: Vengeance as Public Policy.

Number 6 (June 1997): Simon, Thomas W. Democracy and Social Injustice: Law, Politics, and Philosophy.

Number 6 (June 1997): Urofsky, Melvin I. Division and Discord: The Supreme Court Under Stone and Vinson, 1941-1953.

Number 6 (June 1997): Winick, Bruce J. The Right to Refuse Mental Health Treatment.

Number 6 (June 1997): Wirt, Frederick M. "We Ain't What We Was"Civil Rights in the New South.

Number 7 (July 1997): Akers, Ronald L. Criminological Theories:Introduction and Evaluation.

Number 7 (July 1997): Beeferman, Larry. Images of the Citizen and the State: Resolving the Paradox of Public and Private Power in Constitutional Law.

Number 7 (July 1997): Clark, Blue. Lone Wolf v. Hitchcock: Treaty Rights Indian Law at the End of the Nineteenth Century.

Number 7 (July 1997): Clark, Roger S. and Madeleine Sann (eds.). The Prosecution of International Crimes: A Critical Study of the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.

Number 7 (July 1997): Cook, Anthony E. The Least of These: Race, Law, and Religion in American Culture.

Number 7 (July 1997): Currie, David P. The Constitution in Congress: The Federalist Period, 1789-1901.

Number 7 (July 1997): Delgado, Richard and Jean Stefancic. Must We Defend Nazis?Hate Speech, Pornography, and the New First Amendment.

Number 7 (July 1997): Faure, Murray and Jan-Erik Lane (eds.). South Africa: Designing New Political Institutions.

Number 7 (July 1997): Fiss, Owen. The Irony of Free Speech.

Number 7 (July 1997): Hagan, John, A. R. Gillis, and David Brownfield. Criminological Controversies: A Methodological Primer.

Number 7 (July 1997): Harwood, Sterling. Judicial Activism: A Restrained Defense.

Number 7 (July 1997): Higginbotham, Jr., A. Leon. Shades of Freedom: Racial Politics and Presumptions of the American Legal Process.

Number 7 (July 1997): Kalman, Laura. The Strange Career of Legal Liberalism.

Number 7 (July 1997): Katzmann, Robert A. Courts and Congress.

Number 7 (July 1997): Kevelson, Roberta (ed.). Law and the Conflict of Ideologies: Ninth Round Table on Law and Semiotics.

Number 7 (July 1997): Korn, Jessica. The Power of Separation: American Constitutionalism and the Myth of the Legislative Veto.

Number 7 (July 1997): Lane, Jan-Erik. Constitutions and Political Theory.

Number 7 (July 1997): Ludwikowski,Rett R. Constitution-Making in the Region of Former Soviet Dominance.

Number 7 (July 1997): McBeath, Gerald A. The Alaska Constitution: A Reference Guide.

Number 7 (July 1997): McKeever, Robert J. Raw Judicial Power? The Supreme Court and American Society.

Number 7 (July 1997): Meier, Robert F. and Gilbert Geis. Victimless Crimes?: Prostitution, Drugs, Homosexuality, Abortion.

Number 7 (July 1997): Reagan, Leslie J. When Abortion was a Crime: Women, Medicine and Law in the United States, 1867-1973.

Number 7 (July 1997): Sartori, Giovanni. Comparative Constitutional Engineering: An Inquiry into Structures, Incentives and Outcomes.

Number 7 (July 1997): Scalia, Antonin. A Matter of Interpretation: Federal Courts and the Law

Number 7 (July 1997): Shaw, Jo and Gillian More (eds.). New Legal Dynamics of European Integration.

Number 7 (July 1997): Shoichi, Koseki. The Birth of Japan's Postwar Constitution.

Number 7 (July 1997): Simons, Geoff. The Scourging of Iraq: Sanctions, Law, and Natural Justice.

Number 7 (July 1997): Stearns, Maxwell L. (ed.). Public Choice and Public Law

Number 7 (July 1997): Sterett, Susan. Creating Constitutionalism? The Politics of Legal Expertise and Administrative Law in England and Wales.

Number 7 (July 1997): Strier, Franklin. Reconstructing Justice: An Agenda for Trial Reform.

Number 7 (July 1997): Urofsky, Melvin I. Affirmative Action on Trial: Sex Discrimination in Johnson V. Santa Clara.

Number 9 (September 1997): Amar, Akhil Reed. The Constitution and Criminal Procedure: First Principles.

Number 9 (September 1997): Attwood, Bain, and Andrew Markus in collaboration with Dale Edwards and Kath Schilling. The 1967 Referendum, or When Aborigines Didn't Get the Vote. Ayres, Ian. Pervasive Prejudice? Unconventional Evidence of Race and Gender Discrimination.

Number 9 (September 1997): Critchlow, Donald T., (ed.). The Politics of Abortion and Birth Control in Historical Perspective.

Number 9 (September 1997): Graber, Mark A. Rethinking Abortion: Equal Choice, The Constitution, and Reproductive Politics.

Number 9 (September 1997): Johnson, Herbert A. The Chief Justiceship of John Marshall, 1801-1835.

Number 9 (September 1997): Kommers, Donald P. The Constitutional Jurisprudence of The Federal Republic of Germany, Second Edition.

Number 9 (September 1997): Kreml, William P The Constitutional Divide: The Private and Public Sectors in American Law.

Number 9 (September 1997): Lane, Roger. Murder in America: A History.

Number 9 (September 1997): Ostrom, Bryan J. , Carol R. Flango, Karen Gillions Way, Robert C. La Fountain, and Margaret J. Fonner State Court Caseload Statistics, 1995.

Number 9 (September 1997): Ostrom, Bryan J. and Neal B. Kauder. Examining the Work of State Courts, 1995.

Number 9 (September 1997): Sarat, Austin (ed.). Race, Law, and Culture: Reflections on Brown v. Board of Education.

Number 9 (September 1997): Schwartz, Bernard. A Book of Legal Lists: The Best and The Worst in AmericanLaw.

Number 9 (September 1997): Seidman, Louis M. and Mark V. Tushnet. Remnants of Belief: Contemporary Constitutional Issues.

Number 9 (September 1997): Sunderland, Lane V. Popular Government and The Supreme Court: Securing the Public Good and Private Rights.

Number 9 (September 1997): Tonry, Michael (ed.). Crime and Justice: A Review of Research.

Number 9 (September 1997): Tonry, Michael and Kathleen Hatlestad (eds.). Sentencing Reform in Overcrowded Times: A Comparative Reader.

Number 9 (September 1997): Van Wyk, Dawid, John Dugard, Bertus de Villiers and Dennis Davis (eds.). Rights and Constitutionalism: The New South African Legal Order.

Number 10 (October 1997): Benjamin, Geraldand Henrik N. Dullea (eds.). Decision 1997: Constitutional Change in New York.

Number 10 (October 1997): Feofanov, Yuri and Donald D. Barry. Politics and Justice in Russia: Major Trials of the Post-Stalin Era.

Number 10 (October 1997): Glendon, Mary Ann. A Nation Under Lawyers: How the Crisis in the Legal Profession is Transforming American Society.

Number 10 (October 1997): Hoffer, Peter Charles. The Salem Witchcraft Trials: A Legal History.

Number 10 (October 1997): Hunter, Howard O. (ed.). The Integrative Jurisprudence of Harold J. Berman.

Number 10 (October 1997): Latzer, Barry State Constitutional Criminal Law.

Number 10 (October 1997): Short, James F. Poverty, Ethnicity, and Violent Crime.

Number 10 (October 1997): Williams, Jr., Robert A. Linking Arms Together: American Indian Treaty Visions of Law Peace, 1600 - 1800.

Number 11 (November 1997): Ashmore, Harry S. Civil Rights and Wrongs: A Memoir of Race and Politicws, 1944-1966.

Number 11 (November 1997): Caudill, David S. and Steven Jay Gold (eds.). Radical Philosophy of Law: Contemporary Challenges to Mainstream Legal Theory and Practice.

Number 11 (November 1997): DeCew, Judith Wagner. In Pursuit of Privacy: Law, Ethics, and the Rise of Technology.

Number 11 (November 1997): Freeman, M.D.A. (ed.), with R. Halson (assist. ed.). Current Legal Problems 1996 Volume 49 Part 2: Collected Papers.

Number 11 (November 1997): Goldstein, Robert Justin. Burning the Flag: The Great 1989-1990 American Flag Desecration Controversy.

Number 11 (November 1997): Harmon, Louise and Deborah W. Post. Cultivating Intelligence: Power, Law, and the Politics of Teaching: A Collaboration.

Number 11 (November 1997): Helmholz, R. H., Charles M. Gray, John H. Langbein, Eben Moglen, Henry E. Smith, Albert W. Alschuler. The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination: Its Origins and Development.

Number 11 (November 1997): Heumann, Milton and Thomas Church with David Redlawsk (eds.). Hate Speech on Campus: Cases, Case Studies and Commentary.

Number 11 (November 1997): Kens, Paul. Justice Stephen Field: Shaping American Liberty from the Gold Rush to the Gilded Age.

Number 11 (November 1997): Pound, Roscoe. Social Control Through Law [With a new introduction by A. Javier Trevino].

Number 11 (November 1997): Salokar, Rebecca Mae and Mary L. Volcansek (eds.). Women in Law: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook.

Number 11 (November 1997): Sayer, John William. Ghost Dancing the Law: The Wounded Knee Trials.

Number 11 (November 1997): Tushnet, Mark. Making Constitutional Law: Thurgood Marshall and the Supreme Court, 1961-1991.

Number 11 (November 1997): Wolfson, Nicholas. Hate Speech, Sex Speech, Free Speech.

Number 12 (December 1997): Caplan, Lincoln. Up Against the Law: Affirmative Action and the Supreme Court

Number 12 (December 1997): Dershowitz, Alan M. Reasonable Doubts: The Criminal Justice Systime and the O.J. Simpson Case.

Number 12 (December 1997): Foerstel, Herbert N. Free Expression and Censorship in America: An Encyclopedia.

Number 12 (December 1997): Friedman, Lawrence M. and George Fisher (eds.). The Crime Conundrum: Essays on Criminal Justice.

Number 12 (December 1997): Greenberg, Ellen. The Supreme Court Explained.

Number 12 (December 1997): Heward, Edmund. Lord Denning: A Biography.

Number 12 (December 1997): Malamud-Goti, Jaime. Game Without End: State Terror and the Politics of Justice.

Number 12 (December 1997): McIntyre, Lisa J. Law in the Sociological Enterprise: A Reconstruction.

Number 12 (December 1997): Mosley, Albert G. and Nicholas Capaldi. Affirmative Action: Social Justice or Unfair Preference?

Number 12 (December 1997): Tomasson, Richard F., Faye J. Crosby and Sharon D. Herzberger. Affirmative Action: The Pros and Cons of Policy and Practice.

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