12 Am. Bus. L.J. [i] (1974-1975)

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AMERICAN BUSINESS LAW JOURNAL
        VOLUME 12   /1                     SPRING,  1974


Table   of Contents

About the Authors  ...--------- -------..---..- .. .. ..------------.. . -- vii
51st ABLA  Annual M eeting Program   .   ...---- .-.-- .-- .-..-- ...-- ..-....----.-.-.  ix
Editorial ---------- -------.-----------.--.--------  -------------------------------------- - - ----------- - xii
1   Expressing the Educational Objectives of Business Law: A Proposed
       Method and Framework  / ArthurD. Wolfe
 15  Constitutionality of Zoning Ordinances Which Exclude Mobile Homes /
      Edward L. Flippen
 31 Compensation Upon  the Taking of an Alien's Property / Henry
      Landau
 Managerial Law Department
 43 judicial Review of Dividend Policy in Suits by Minority Shareholders
      /William S. Stewart
 Uniform Commercial Code Department
 53 Destination Bills of Lading for Interstate Commerce / Grant M.
      Davis, William P. Jackson, and Richard Nordstrom
Research and Teaching Department
65  Employment  Problems and the Law: A Concrete Proposal for Change /
      Julia C. Lamber
 Current Legislation Department
 81 Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972 / Duke
      Nordlinger Stern and Edward M. Mazze
 Comments, Notes, and Case       Book Review Department
 Digests Department
 87 Fred Naffziger               102  Jon P. McConnell
 93 William Shaw                 103  Frederick G. Kempin, Jr.
 99 Carolyn Edwards              106  John R. Allison
 101 Terry L. Lantry

         Copyright 1974 @ By the American Business Law Association
                        All Rights Reserved

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