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 W ar 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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