60 Clev. St. L. Rev. [i] (2012-2013)

handle is hein.journals/clevslr60 and id is 1 raw text is: CLEVELAND STATE
LAW REVIEW
Volume 60                         2012                         Number 1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
THE FACES OF THE SECOND AMENDMENT
OUTSIDE THE HOME: HISTORY VERSUS
AHISTORICAL STANDARDS OF REVIEW .......................... Patrick J. Charles  1
TORT, MORAL LUCK, AND BLAME ................................... Christopher Jackson  57
THE END OF AN ERROR: REPLACING MANIFEST
DISREGARD WITH A NEW FRAMEWORK FOR
REVIEWING ARBITRATION AWARDS ............................... Kenneth R. Davis  87
RECENTERING FOREIGN AFFAIRS PREEMPTION IN
ARIZONA V. UNITED STATES: FEDERAL PLENARY
POWER, THE SPHERES OF GOVERNMENT, AND
THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF S.B. 1070 ......................... PatrickJ. Charles 133
THE DISTORTED REALITY OF CIVIL RECOURSE
THEORY   .................................................................................  Alan  Calnan  159
CONSTITUTIONAL CASES AND THE FOUR
CARDINAL VIRTUES  .......................................................  R. George  Wright  195
NOTES
THE CINCINNATI ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE
ORDINANCE: PROPOSING A NEW MODEL FOR
ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE REGULATIONS BY
THE  STATES  ..................................................................  Jeannette  De  Guire  223
CREATING DIVERSITY JURISDICTION IN REMOVAL
ACTIONS THROUGH THE IMPROPER USE
OF FEDERAL RULE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
21: PROCEDURAL BLACKJACK OR JUDICIAL
BUST?  ............................................................................  Anthony Andricks  249
AN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW EVEN JUDGE LEARNED
HAND WOULD VIOLATE: OHIO EPA NEEDS
NON-MONETARY PENALTIES TO ENFORCE
CONSTRUCTION NPDES PERMITS ..................................... David Emerman 275
CITE AS 60 CLEV. ST. L. REv. _ (2012)
The views expressed in the Cleveland State Law Review are those of the authors of the articles
and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the trustees, faculty, alumni, or students of the
Cleveland State University or the College of Law. Contributing authors are expected to reveal
personal, economic, or professional interest that may have influenced the views taken or
advocated in their articles. Each author impliedly represents that such disclosure has been
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