12 Roger Williams U. L. Rev. [i] (2006-2007)

handle is hein.journals/rwulr12 and id is 1 raw text is: ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY
LAW REVIEW

VOLUME TWELVE             FALL 2006            NUMBER ONE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
ARTICLES
You Cannot Lose If You Choose
Not to Play: Toward a More Modest
Establishment Clause ................................ Richard M. Esenberg  1
The Power to Do What Manifestly Must Be Done:
Congress, the Freedmen's Bureau, and
Constitutional Imagination .............................. John M. Bickers  70
Placing Trust in the Guidelines: Methods and Meanings
in the Application of Section 3B1.3, the Sentence Enhancement
for Abusing a Position of Trust ........................ Joshua A. Kobrin 121
A Feminist Inquiry Into International Law
and International Relations ................................ Rachel Saloom 159
NOTES & COMMENTS
A Decade Later: United States v. Virginia and
the Rise and Fall of Skeptical Scrutiny .......... Kevin N. Rolando 182
A Public Use for the Dirty Side of Economic
Development: Finding Common Ground Between
Kelo and Hathcock for Collateral Takings in
Brownfield Redevelopment ............................. Colin M. McNiece 229
The Iraqi Constitution: Upholding Principles of
Democracy While Struggling to Curtail the
Dangers of an Islamic Theocracy ......................... Forrest Hansen 256

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