35 Cap. U. L. Rev. [i] (2006-2007)

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COPYRIGHT (0 2006 BY THE CAPITAL UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW

Volume 35                       Fall 2006                     Number 1
SYMPOSIUM ON TAX & BUSINESS PLANNING
FOR FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIPS
Family  Limited  Partnership  Formation: Dueling  Dicta ........................................... I
Mitchell M. Gans and Jonathan G. Blattmachr
Super-Recognition and the Return-to-Sender Exception: The Federal
Income Tax Problems of Liquidating the Family Limited Partnership ............. 15
Samuel A. Donaldson
The Ebb and Flow of the Federal Tax Role of Fiduciary Duties
in Family Limited Partnerships: From Byrum to Bongard ............................... 61
Carter G. Bishop
ARTICLES
Race, Class, and the Internal Revenue Code: A Class Based
Analysis of A  Black Critique of the Internal Revenue Code ................................ 119
Wilton Hyman
Policing Ballot Access: Lessons from Nader's
2004  R un  for  President ........................................................................................ 163
Mark R. Brown
COMMENTS
Muzzling the Mouthless Speaker: The Reform Community's Prescription
for Corporate Domination in State Issue Campaigns ....................................... 245
Charles T. McConville
No Child Left Behind for the Teachers Left Behind:
Returning  Education  to  the  Educators ................................................................. 281
Leah A. Rinfret

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