29 Law & Soc. Inquiry [i] (2004)

handle is hein.journals/lsociq29 and id is 1 raw text is: Law &
Social Inquiry
Volume 29, Number 1, Winter 2004
ARTICLES
Religion, State Power, and Domestic Violence in Muslim Societies: A   1
Framework for Comparative Analysis
Lisa Hajjar
The Highest Legal Ability in the Nation: Langdell on Wall Street,  39
1855-1870
Bruce A. Kimball and R. Blake Brown
Federalists in the Attic: Original Intent, the Heritage Movement, and  105
Democratic Theory
Daniel Levin
Congressional Constitutional Interpretation and the Courts: A       127
Preliminary Inquiry into Legislative Attitudes, 1959-2001
Bruce G. Peabody
REVIEW ESSAY
A Classic in Spite of Itself: The Cheyenne Way and the Case Method  179
in Legal Anthropology
John M. Conley and William M. O'Barr
REVIEW SYMPOSIUM on Law and Economics
Law and Economics in the Personal Sphere                            219
Claire A. Hill
Taking Coase Seriously: Neil Komesar on Law's Limits                261
Daniel H. Cole
Comment
Reflections on the Essence of Economics, the Character of      291
Courts, the Role of Ideology, and the Reform of Legal Education
Neil K. Komesar
BOOK NOTES                                                         299

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