43 Idaho L. Rev. [i] (2006-2007)

handle is hein.journals/idlr43 and id is 1 raw text is: IDAHO LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 43                          2006                      NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
SHERMAN J. BELLWOOD LECTURE
PUTTING THE 2006 BELLWOOD LECTURE IN CONTEXT:
REFLECTIONS ON EXECUTIVE-LEGISLATIVE POWER SHARING
IN  M ODERN  FOREIGN  POLICY  M AKING .............................................................................. 1
Brandon Rottinghaus
NATIONAL SECURITY AND THE CONSTITUTION: A DIALOGUE ........................................... 7
Senator Gary Hart & Senator Alan Simpson
ARTICLES
AN ERIE OBSTACLE TO  STATE TORT REFORM  .................................................................. 37
Richard Henry Seamon
TRIBALLY-OWNED BUSINESSES ARE NOT EMPLOYERS:
ECONOMIC EFFECTS, TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY, AND
NLRB  v. SAN MANUEL BAND OF MISSION INDIANS ........................................................... 127
Brian P. McClatchey
ADUMBRATIONS ON JUDICIAL CAMPAIGN  SPEECH .......................................................... 193
RaymundA. Sobocinski
COMMENTS
AUTOMATIC JUDICIAL DISQUALIFICATION UNDER IDAHO
CRIMINAL RULE 25(a): A NECESSARY LAWYERING TOOL
OR  POTENTIAL NUCLEAR  W EAPON? ............................................................................... 239
Jennifer Simpson
CLEARING THE SMOKE: WILDLAND FIREFIGHTER LIABILITY
IN  THE W AKE OF THE CRAMER  FIRE ............................................................................... 275
Anna E. Eberlin
KENNEWICK MAN-  M ISSION ACCOMPLISHED? ............................................................. 301
Burt R. Willie

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