34 Law & Soc. Inquiry [i] (2009)

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Social Inquiry
Volume 34, Number 1, Winter 2009
In This Issue
Christopher Tomlins                                              1
ARTICLES
In Defense of Asbestos Tort Litigation: Rethinking Legal
Process Analysis in a World of Uncertainty, Second Bests,
and Shared Policy-Making Responsibility                               5
Jeb Barnes
Regulatory Failures and Regulatory Solutions: A Characteristic
Analysis of the Aftermath of Disaster                                31
Fiona Haines
Testing Alternative Legal Paradigms: An Experiment in Designing
Tax Legislation                                                      61
Graeme S. Cooper and Michael Wenzel
Judicial Culture and the Politicolegal Opportunity Structure:
Explaining Bill of Rights Legal Impact in New Zealand                95
David Erdos
Citizenship and the Corporation                                     129
Ian B. Lee
REVIEW ESSAYS                                                       169
Progress in American Policing? Reviewing the National Reviews       171
Michael S. Scott
From Public Interest to Private Rights: Free Speech, Liberal
Individualism, and the Making of Modern Tort Law                    187
Laura M. Weinrib
The Significance of Statistical Significance                        225
Richard Lempert
BOOK NOTES                                                          251

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