105 Harv. L. Rev. [xvii] (1991-1992)
Table of Contents--Issue 7

handle is hein.journals/hlr105 and id is 17 raw text is: VOLUME 105                  MAY 1992                 NUMBER 7
HARVARD LAW REVIEW                                           I
0 I992 by The Harvard Law Review Associalion
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Federalism and the Corporation:
The Desirable Limits on
State Competition in
Corporate Law ........ ..Lucian Arye Bebchuk           1 .435
A Civic Republican Justification
for the Bureaucratic State    Mark Seidenfeld ...... 1511
DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAW -
NONPROFIT CORPORATIONS
Table of Contents ....    .............. i579
I.  Introduction  . . . .  . .  . .  . .  . .  .  . .  . 1581
II. The Fiduciary Duties of Directors .. ......... .    590
I. Tax Exemption .....       ............... 1612
IV. Charitable Solicitation .....  ............. 1634
V. Political Activity of Nonprofit Corporations ........ .1656
VI. Special Treatment and Tort Law ...    ......... 1677
NOTES
Rethinking the Incorporation of the
Establishment Clause: A Federalist View ... ........ 700
Insider Trading in Junk Bonds ....    ............ 1720
Inner-City Single-Sex Schools: Educational
Reform or Invidious Discrimination? ... .......... .1741
When Love is Not Enough: Toward a
Unified Wrongful Adoption Tort ....   ........... .1761

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