74 Denv. U. L. Rev. [xvii] (1996-1997)
Table of Contents - Issue 4

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1997 Volume 74 Issue 4                REVIEW
SYMPOSIUM ON COERCION:
AN INTERDISCIPLINARY EXAMINATION OF
COERCION, EXPLOITATION, AND THE LAw
TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Uses of Abstraction: Remarks on
Interdisciplinary Efforts in Law and
Philosophy

Catherine Kemp

Remarks on Coercion and Exploitation Alan Wertheimer

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I. COERCIVE AND EXPLOITATIVE BARGAINING

Moralized Theories of Coercion:
A Critical Analysis

John Lawrence Hill

The Coercion of Women in Divorce
Settlement Negotiations     Penelope Eileen Bryan
Coerced Waiver and Coerced Consent David S. Kaplan
Lisa Dixon

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II. COERCED CONFESSIONS

Constraint and Confession

Albert W Alschuler 957

The Decision to Confess Falsely: Rational
Choice and Irrational Action        RichardJ. Ofshe
Richard A. Leo

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Balanced Approaches to the False
Confession Problem: A Brief Comment
on Ofshe, Leo, and Alschuler     Paul G. Cassell 1123
Missing The Forest for The Trees: A Response
to Paul Cassell's Balanced Approach to
the False Confession Problem     Richard A. Leo 1135
Richard. Ofshe
III. COERCED CONFINEMENT AND TREATMENT

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