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54 Am. J. Juris. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/ajj54 and id is 1 raw text is: THE
AMERICAN JOURNAL
OF JURISPRUDENCE
2009 Volume 54
Articles
Timothy Endicott: Habeus Corpus and Guantdnamo Bay:
A  View  From  Abroad  .......................................    I
John Finnis: Does Free Exercise of Religion Deserve
Constitutional M ention?  .....................................  41
V. Bradley Lewis: Reason Striving to Become Law:
Nature and Law in Plato's Laws .............................     67
Christopher Tollefsen: Conscience, Religion and the State .....  93
Sylvie Delacroix: You'd Better Be Committed: Legal Norms
and  N orm ativity  ...........................................  117
Matthew D. Wright: The Aim of Law and the Nature of Political
Community: An Assessment of Finnis on Aquinas ............      133
John Finnis: Reflections by a Former Student and Colleague
H.L.A. Hart: A Twentieth-Century Oxford Political
Philosopher  .................................................   161
Book Review
Robert E. Rodes, Jr.: A Modem Legal Ethics: Adversary Advocacy in
a Democratic Age
By  Daniel M arkovits  ........................................  187

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