81 Iowa L. Rev 1079 (1995-1996)
Blue by Day and White by (K)night: Regulating the Political Affiliations of Law Enforcement and Military Personnel

handle is hein.journals/ilr81 and id is 1091 raw text is: Blue by Day and White by [K]night:
Regulating the Political Affiliations of
Law Enforcement and Military Personnel
Robin D. Banw,*
Table of Contents
I.   Introduction                                                   1080
II.  The Dangers Posed by Klan-cops                                 1091
III. Past and Present Militant White Supremacists                   1098
A.   The History of Organized Hate Groups                       1099
B.   Today's Militant White Supremacists                       1103
C.   Domestic Prisoners of WAR.
(White Aryan Resistance)                                  1111
IV. A Record of Shame                                               1114
A.   The Scarcity of Leadership and Problems
of Domestic Terrorism                                      1115
B.   Retaliation and Indifference                              1125
V.   Free Speech, Association, and Rights of
Law Enforcement Personnel                                      1133
A.   Acknowledging Context and the True
Purpose of Associational Freedom                           1140
B.   Free Association, Organizational
Objectives, and Lawfuil Purpose                           1146
C.   Public Confidence in the Administration of Justice        1155
D.   The State's Interest in Police Associations               1157
* Professor of Law, University of Connecticut School of Law. Support for this research
was provided by the William H. Hastie Fellowship program at the University of Wisconsin
School of Law. Many thanks to the two separate teams of editors at the Iowa Law Rniew who
performed heroically in managing an unwieldy and passionately written original draft A
number of people deserve special recognition for their insights, comments, and suggestions
during the various stages of production. Matthew Spritzer, Martha Minow, Jeremy Paul, Lee
Taibi, Sue-Ann Nazario, Steve Utz, and Amy Matthews were especially helpful. Al Cullison,
Robert Bard, Angel Ocquendo, Lew Kurlantzick, Guyora Binder, Richard Delgado, Lofty
Becker, David Wilkins, John Brittain, Derrick Bell, Kendall Thomas, and Vicki Schultz were
supportive throughout.


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