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71 Md. L. Rev. [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/mllr71 and id is 1 raw text is: MARYLAND LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 71                      2011                       NUMBER 1
@ Copyright Maryland Law Review 2011
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TRIBUTES TO PROFESSOR ROBERT I. KELLER
Donald G. Gifford  1
Daniel S. Goldberg  4
Richard E. Levine  7
Michael Kelly  9
SYMPOSIUM
THE MARYLAND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW SCHMOOZE
Foreword: Plus or Minus One: The Thirteenth and Fourteenth
Amendments
Mark A. Graber  12
The Thirteenth Amendment, Interest Convergence, and the
Badges and Incidents of Slavery
William M. Carter, fr.  21
Congressional Authority to Interpret the Thirteenth Amendment
Alexander Tsesis  40
Congressional Authority to Interpret the Thirteenth
Amendment: A Response to Professor Tsesis
Jennifer Mason McAward  60
Involuntary Servitude, Public Accommodations Laws, and the
Legacy of Heart of Atlanta Motel, Inc. v. United States
Linda C. McClain  83
Constitutional Politics, Constitutional Law, and the Thirteenth
Amendment
Michael Les Benedict 163
What's Different About the Thirteenth Amendment, and Why
Does It Matter?
James Gray Pope 189
The Thirteenth Amendment and the Meaning of Familial Bonds
Julie Novkov 203
Beyond Originalism: Conservative Declarationism and
Constitutional Redemption
Ken L Kersch 229
Conclusion: The Political Thirteenth Amendment
Rebecca E. Zietlow  283
COMMENT
The Right to Refuse: Should Prison Inmates Be Allowed to Discontinue
Treatment for Incurable, Noncommunicable Medical Conditions?  295

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