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Vol. 17, No. 2, Winter 1984


A Holiday for Dr. King: The Significance of Symbols in the Black Freedom Struggle 


The Justice Department and Racially Exclusionary Municipal Practices: Creative Ventures In Fair Housing Act Enforcement 

Arrests Without Warrant: The Legal And Organizational Environment of Immigration Law Enforcement 

Antitrust Exemptions for Private Requests for Governmental Action: A Critical Analysis of the Noerr-Pennington Doctrine 

Measuring a Redistricting Plan's Deviation from Population Equality and Its Effect on Minorities: New Mexico's Experiment with a "Votes Cast" Formula 


Private Means to Public Ends: Implications of the Private Judging Phenomenon in California 

Mental Health Professionals as Civil Commitment Hearing Officers: Procedural Due Process Problems 

Dark Year on Death Row: Guiding Sentencer Discretion After Zant, Barclay, and Harris 

Book Reviews

Technologies of Freedom 

Max Weber 

Madness and the Criminal Law 

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