25 Law & Soc. Inquiry [i] (2000)

handle is hein.journals/lsociq25 and id is 1 raw text is: Law &
Social Inquiry
Volume 25, Number 1, Winter 2000
ARTICLES
The Paradoxes of Race, Class, Identity, and Passing:
Enforcing the Chinese Exclusion Acts, 1882-1910                  1
Kitty Calavita
Men and Women of Elite Law Firms:
Reevaluating Kanter's Legacy                                    41
Elizabeth Chambliss and Christopher Uggen
Unraveling the Ivory Fabric: Institutional Obstacles to the
Handling of Sexual Harassment Complaints                        69
Jennie Kihnley
The Political Origins of Judicial Empowerment through
Constitutionalization: Lessons from Four Constitutional
Revolutions                                                     91
Ran Hirschl
REVIEW ESSAYS
Oscar Wilde: Paradoxical Poster Child for Both Identity
and Post-Identity                                              153
Martha M. Ertman
Puppeteers or Agents? What Lazarus's Closed Chambers Adds to
Our Understanding of Law Clerks at the U.S. Supreme Court      185
Sally J. Kenney
Discourse Dilemmas and Courtroom Control:
The Talk of Trial Judges                                       227
Bryna Bogoch
The Contested Landscape of American Memorialization:
Levinson's Written in Stone                                    249
Edward T. Linenthal
A Law of Their Own: Native Challenges to American Law          263
Carole Goldberg
BOOK NOTES                                                     285

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