12 Dartmouth L.J. [i] (2014)

handle is hein.journals/dcujl12 and id is 1 raw text is: SPRING 2014 TOC

THE DARTMOUTH
LAW JOURNAL

VOLUME XII               SPRING 2014                 ISSUE 1

EXCERPT

The Myth of Strict Scrutiny for Fundamental Rights
James E. Fleming

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ARTICLES

Controversial Five-to-Four Supreme Court Decisions and the
Politicization of the Majority of One
Steven I. Friedland 12
Justice Scalia, Justice Thomas, and Fidelity to Original Meaning
Kiran lyer 55
Chronic Failure: How and Why Enactment ofInitiative 502 is
Demonstrative of the Continued Shortcomings ofMarijuana
Legalization
William Stanley 112
Crowdfunding: A New Form of Investing Requires a New Form
of Investor Protection
Jorge Pesok 146
Veganism as a Nontraditional Religion: First Amendment
Protection for Employees and Prisoners?
Alexandra B. Rhodes 165

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