44 Harv. J. on Legis. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/hjl44 and id is 1 raw text is: Volume 44, Number 1                 Winter 2007
I Restoring the Quid Pro Quo of Voluntary Departure
David S. Rubenstein
39 Bringing Balance to Indian Gaming
Matthew L. M. Fletcher
Policy Essay
97 From Renting to Homeownership: Using Tax Incentives
To Encourage Homeownership Among Renters
Kenya Covington & Rodney Harrell
Symposium: The Middle-Class Crunch
119 A New Conversation About the Middle Class
Elizabeth Warren
123 Rethinking Disclosure in a World of Risk-Based Pricing
Patricia A. McCoy
167 The Life and Debt Cycle: The Growing Debt Burdens of
Older Consumers and Related Policy Recommendations
Deanne Loonin & Elizabeth Renuart
Recent Developments
205 Updating the Electoral College: The National Popular
Vote Legislation
231 Revisiting the McDade Amendment: Finding the Appropriate
Solution for the Federal Government Lawyer
251 Evaluating the Application of the National Stolen Property Act to
Art Trafficking Cases
Copyright  2007 by the
President and Fellows of Harvard College

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