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Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, Volume 34, Issue 1 (Pages 1 - 420) [Kindle Edition]

Thomas B. Griffith , Sherif Girgis , Robert P. George , Ryan T. Anderson , Geoffrey A. Manne , Joshua D. Wright , Eric John Finseth , Kathy DeAngelo , Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy

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About the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy:

The Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy is one of the most widely circulated student-edited law reviews and the nation’s leading forum for conservative and libertarian legal scholarship. The Journal is published three times annually by the Harvard Society for Law & Public Policy, Inc., an organization of Harvard Law School students. The late Stephen Eberhard and former Senator and Secretary of Energy E. Spencer Abraham founded the journal in 1978 and many journal alumni have risen to prominent legal positions in the government and at the nation’s top law firms.

Dynamic recent authors include Richard Epstein, Robert George, John Ashcroft, Judge Thomas Griffith, and Ron Paul. In the past, we have published pieces by Chief Justice William Rehnquist, Justice Antonin Scalia, and Justice Clarence Thomas.

In this Issue:

On the 2010 Federalist Society Student Symposium: "Originalism 2.0"
- Randy E. Barnett
- Stephanos Bibas
- Steven Calabresi
- Richard H. Fallon, Jr.
- Jeffrey L. Fisher
- Lino A. Graglia
- Stephen Markman
- John O. McGinnis & Michael Rappaport
- A. Raymond Randolph
- David A. Strauss
- Kermit Roosevelt III
- Jeffrey Rosen
- Keith E. Whittington

An essay by Thomas B. Griffith on the legacy of Judge Bork.

Three articles:

- Google and the Limits of Antitrust: The Case Against the Case Against Google, by Geoffrey A. Manne & Joshua D. Wright

- What is Marriage?, by Sherif Girgis, Robert P. George, & Ryan T. Anderson

- Shareholder Activism by Public Pension Funds and the Rights of Dissenting Employees Under the First Amendment, by Eric John Finseth

A coda to Volume 33, Issue 3:
- Can Congress Overturn Graham v. Florida?, by Richard M. Re

And case comments on:
- Bilski v. Kappos
- Shady Grove v. Allstate
- Citizens United v. FEC

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