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69 Md. L. Rev. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/mllr69 and id is 1 raw text is: MARYLAND LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 69                  2009                    NUMBER 1
© Copyright Maryland Law Review 2009
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TRIBUTES TO DEAN JAMES FORSYTIH
Lynne A. Battaglia                  1
William Reynolds                   2
David S. Bogen                    4
Alan D. Hornstein                  6
SYMPOSIUM
THE MARYLAND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW SCHMOOZE
Foreword: Our Paradoxical Religion Clauses
Mark A. Graber  8
Constitutional Faith and Dynamic Stability: Thoughts
on Religion, Constitutions, and Transitions to
Democracy
David Gray  26
Like a Hole in the Head
Lief H. Carter  39
Culture, Religion, and Indigenous People
David Bogen  48
Leslie F. Goldstein
Is There a Paradox in Amending a Sacred Text?
Beau Breslin  66
Miranda, Dickerson, and Jewish Legal Theory:
The Constitutional Rule in a Comparative
Analytical Framework
Samuelj Levine  78

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