36 Fordham Urb. L.J. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/frdurb36 and id is 1 raw text is: FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL
Volume XXXVI        January 2009          Number 1
CONTENTS
REMARKS
KEYNOTE ADDRESS ........................... Brian  S. Fischer
ARTICLES
LEVERAGING MAXIMUM REFORM
WHILE ENFORCING
MINIMUM STANDARDS ............... Alphonse Gerhardstein  9
GETTING REAL ABOUT RACE AND
PRISONER RIGHTS ...................... Michael B. Mushlin  27
& Naomi Roslyn Galtz
EIGHTH AMENDMENT GAPS:
CAN CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT
LITIGATION BENEFIT FROM
PROPORTIONALITY THEORY? .......... Alexander A. Reinert 53
THE PATH OF MENTALLY ILL OFFENDERS ..... William J. Rich  89
DISCRIMINATION, COERCION, AND
THE BAIL REFORM ACT OF 1984:
THE LOSS OF THE CORE CONSTITUTIONAL
PROTECTIONS OF THE EXCESSIVE
BAIL CLAUSE .............................. Samuel Wiseman  121

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