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© 2013 by The Harvard Law Review Association
CONTENTS
THE SUPREME COURT
2012 TERM
FOREWORD
Equality Divided .................................... Reva B. Siegel....................... i
COMMENTS
Beyond the Discrimination
Model on Voting............................... Samuel Issacharoff............. 95
Windsor and Brown: Marriage
Equality and Racial Equality ......... Michael J. Klarman......... 127
License, Registration, Cheek Swab:
DNA Testing and
the Divided  Court ............................ Erin  M urphy ................. 161
LEADING CASES
I. Constitutional Law
A. Elections Clause
Federal Preemption of State Law
Federal Voter Registration
Arizona v. Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc................... 198
B. Article IV Privileges and Immunities Clause
State Freedom of Information Laws
M cBurney  v. Young  ..........................................................  208
C. First Amendment
Freedom of Speech
Unconstitutional Conditions
Agency for International Development v.
Alliance for Open Society International, Inc..................2 18

NUMBER I

VOLUME 127

NOVEMBER 2013

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