5 N.Y.U. J.L. & Liberty [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/nyujlawlb5 and id is 1 raw text is: NEW YORK UNIvERsrrY
JOURNAL OF LAw & LIBERTY

VOLUME5                    2010                  NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
THE FOURTH ANNUAL FRIEDRICH A. VON HAYEK LECTURE
NATURAL RIGHTS AND THE NINTH AMENDMENT: How DOES
LOCKEAN LEGAL THEORY ASSIST IN INTERPRETATION?
Michael W. McConnell                             1
HISTORICAL REPRINTING
UNCONSrITIUTONALITYOF SLAVERY IN THE DIsIRICT OF COLUMBIA
Lysander Spooner                                30
ARTICLES
SECURING THE BLESSINGS OF LIBERTY FOR ALL: LYSANDER
SPOONER'S ORIGINALISM
Helen J. Knowles                                34
AGAINST FREEWHEELING EXTRATEXTUAL OBSTACLE
PREEMPTION: IS JUSTICE CLARENCE THOMAS THE LONE
PRINCIPLED FEDERALIST?
Catherine M. Sharkey                            63
PRIVILEGES, IMMUNITIES, AND SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS
Timothy Sandefur                               115
NOTES
PROCEDURAL HISTORY: THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUMMARY
JUDGMENT AS RULE 56
Ilana Haramati                                 173
THE POWER OF THE PURCHASER: THE EFFECT OF INDIRECT
PURCHASER DAMAGES SUITS ON DETERRING ANTITRUST
VIOLATIONS
Andrew S. Gehring                              208

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