Washington University
Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law

© 1998 by Washington University

Volume 54
Summer 1998

Table of Contents (PDF) Faculty List
Editorial Board and Staff Mailing Statement
Front Cover Title Page

CONTENTS

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION

INTRODUCTION   1
TURNING BACK THE CLOCK: THE ASSAULT ON AFFIRMATIVE ACTION Leland Ware 3
THE "AFFIRMATIVE ACTION" FRAUD Lino A. Graglia 31
IN DEFENSE OF AFFIRMATIVE ACTION Hon. Theodore McMillian 39
PREFERENCE BY RACE IN UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS AND THE QUEST FOR DIVERSITY Carl Cohen 43

UNFINISHED HOMEWORK FOR UNIVERSITIES: MAKING THE CASE FOR AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

Jonathan R. Alger

73

ANOTHER APPROACH TO RACIAL PREFERENCES

Steven E. Ehlmann

93

 

ARTICLES

EDUCATORS' AUTHORITY AND STUDENTS' FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS ON THE WAY TO USING THE INFORMATION HIGHWAY: CYBERSPACE AND SCHOOLS

Philip T.K. Daniel
Patrick D. Pauken

109

THE MYTH OF A COLOR-BLIND CONSTITUTION

Keith E. Sealing

157

 

NOTES

THE HELMS-BURTON ACT: A STEP IN THE WRONG DIRECTION FOR UNITED STATES POLICY TOWARD CUBA

Jeffrey Dunnung

213
IF THE PROFILE FITS: ADMITTING CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILES INTO EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL TRIALS Scott Ingram 239
DIAGNOSING THE TRUTH: DETERMINING PHYSICIAN LIABILITY IN CASES INVOLVING MUNCHAUSEN SYNDROME BY PROXY Corey M. Perman 267

AIRPORT EXPANSIONS: THE NEED FOR A GREATER FEDERAL ROLE

Donald W. Tuegel

291

 

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

STAVING OFF THE PILLAGE OF THE VILLAGE: DOES IN RE WAL-MART STORES, INC. OFFER HOPE TO SMALL MERCHANTS STRUGGLING FOR ECONOMIC SURVIVAL AGAINST BOX RETAILERS?

Sherry Keymer Dreisewerd

323

WITHHOLDING QUALIFIED IMMUNITY FROM PRIVATE PRISON GUARDS: A COSTLY MISTAKE

David Lemkemeier

345


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