21 BYU J. Pub. L. [i] (2007)

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VOLUME 21                                                             NUMBER 1
Burying Our Constitution in the Sand? Evaluating the Ostrich Response to  I
the Use of International and Foreign Law in U.S. Constitutional
Cindy G. Buys
A Preference for Equality: Seeking the Benefits of Diversity Outside the  55
Educational Context
David A. Harvey
Preaching from the State's Podium: What Speech is Proselytizing  83
Prohibited by the Establishment Clause?
Christian M. Keiner
Constitution, Custom, and Creed: Balancing Human Rights Concerns with  109
Cultural and Religious Freedom in Today's South Africa
Erin E. Goodsell
On the Continued Need for H-lB Reform: A Partial, Statutory Suggestion  153
to Protect Foreign and U.S. Workers
Todd H. Goodsell
The Litigation Explosion, Proposed Reforms, and their Consequences  179
Michael D. Johnston
Utah Leads the Way in Regulating Land Use Exactions through Statute  209
but Still Has Room to Improve
Andrea B. Pace
The State Secrets Privilege and the Abdication of Oversight     235
Jared Perkins

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