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VOLUME 29 BUSH V. GORE    ISSUE 2001 NUMBER 2


ARTICLES

* INTRODUCTION
Reubin O'D. Askew
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* BUSH V. GORE AS AN EQUAL PROTECTION CASE
Richard Briffault
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* BUSH V. GORE AND THE FUTURE OF EQUAL PROTECTION LAW IN ELECTIONS
Richard L. Hasen
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* NEW WINE IN OLD BOTTLES: A COMMENT ON RICHARD HASEN'S AND RICHARD BRIFFAULT'S ESSAYS ON BUSH V. Gore
Heather K. Gerken
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* COUNTS, RECOUNTS, AND ELECTION CONTESTS: LESSONS FROM THE FLORIDA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
Steve Bickerstaff
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* A PLACE AT THE TABLE: BUSH V. GORE THROUGH THE LENS OF RACE
Spencer Overton
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* JUDGING JUDGING: THE PROBLEM OF SECOND-GUESSING STATE JUDGES' INTERPRETATION OF STATE LAW IN BUSH V. GORE
Harold J. Krent
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* DISAPPEARING DEMOCRACY: HOW BUSH V. GORE UNDERMINED THE FEDERAL RIGHT TO VOTE FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS
Peter M. Shane
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* UNDULY PARTIAL: THE SUPREME COURT AND THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT IN BUSH V. GORE
Pamela S. Karlan
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* THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION DISPUTE, THE POLITICAL QUESTION DOCTRINE, AND THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT: A REPLY TO PROFESSORS KRENT AND SHANE
Robert J. Pushaw, Jr.
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* THE REGULATORY ROLE OF STATE CONSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURAL CONSTRAINTS IN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
James A. Gardner
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* CONCEPTIONS AND MISCONCEPTIONS OF STATE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW IN BUSH V. GORE
Robert A. Schapiro
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* JUDGING "NEW LAW" IN ELECTION DISPUTES
Richard H. Pildes
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* HISTORY OF THE ARTICLE II INDEPENDENT STATE LEGISLATURE DOCTRINE
Hayward H. Smith
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* THE SUPREME COURT, BUSH V. GORE, AND ROUGH JUSTICE
William P. Marshall
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* TRYING TO MAKE PEACE WITH BUSH V. GORE
Richard D. Friedman
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* BUSH V. GORE: REPLY TO FRIEDMAN
Richard A. Posner
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* THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE, THE RIGHT TO VOTE, AND OUR FEDERALISM: A COMMENT ON A LASTING INSTITUTION
Luis Fuentes-Rohwer & Guy-Uriel Charles
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* WHO'S AFRAID OF THE TWELFTH AMENDMENT?
Sanford Levinson & Ernest A. Young
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* INSTITUTIONAL LESSONS FROM THE 2000 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION
Elizabeth Garrett
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* POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY AND THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE
John O. McGinnis
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* THE ODD CONSEQUENCES OF TAKING BUSH V. GORE SERIOUSLY
Steven G. Gey
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