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117 Harv. L. Rev. [v] (2003-2004)
Table of Contents - Issue 3

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© 2004 by The Harvard Law Review Association
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Transitional Justice
as Ordinary Justice.........................Eric A. Posner
and Adrian Vermeule ......... 761
A Question Which
Convulses a Nation:
The Early Republic's
Greatest Debate About
the Judicial Review Power............. Theodore W Ruger............. 826
BOOK REVIEW
The Second Amendment, So Far ........ Stuart Banner .................... 898
NOTES
They Drew a Circle That Shut Me In:
The Free Exercise Implications of
Zelm an  v. Sim m ons-H arris .......................................................... 919
Law, Race, and the Border:
The El Paso Salt War of 1877...................................................... 941
BOOK NOTE
Not Your Daddy's Fundamentalism:
Intelligent Design in the Classroom............................................ 964

VOLUME 117

JANUARY 2004

NUMBER 3

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