1 Lincoln Mem'l U. L. Rev. [i] (2013-2014)

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LINCOLN MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY

              LAW REVIEW


DECEMBER 2013


ISSUE 1


SYMPosIUM: NAVIGATING THE POLITICAL

DIVIDE: LESSONS FROM LINCOLN

    FOREWORD: NAVIGATION THE POLITICAL DIVIDE:


        LESSONS FROM LINCOLN


  ARTICLES:

    WAR ON TERROR:
        LESSONS FROM LINCOLN

    INTRODUCTION: LINCOLN'S DIVIDED HOUSE:
        THE CONSTITUTION AND THE UNION

  TRANSCRIPTS:

    THE ROAD To 2012 AND GAME CHANGE

    MAKING PRISONERS VISIBLE: How LITERATURE
        CAN ILLUMINATE THE CRISIS OF MASS
        INCARCERATION

    THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH: TOO MUCH POWER?

    THE POWERS OF THE PRESIDENT


BOOK REVIEWS:

    THE FOURTH AMENDMENT: NOT LIKE FINE WINE

    GOVERNMENT, WHAT HAVE YOU DONE FOR
        ME LATELY?


Matthew R. Lyon and
William Evans




M. Akram Faizer


Charles M. Hubbard



Mark Halperin



Helen E. Lee

Michael Steele

Siegfried Wiessner




Nicholas S. Davenport, V


Tracy P. Knight


VOLUME 1

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