1 U. St. Thomas J.L. & Pub. Pol'y [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/tjlpp1 and id is 1 raw text is: UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS JOURNAL
OF
LAW & PUBLIC POLICY
Volume I, Number 1                                  Spring 2007
LETTER  FROM  THE  FOUNDERS  ......................................... 1
G. COURTLAND BORLE
DANIEL D. EHRLICH
LETTER  OF  CONGRATULATIONS .........................................  3
SENATOR NORM COLEMAN
A CONVERSATION
GREAT EXPECTATIONS AND SOBERING TRUTHS: PARTIAL-BIRTH ABORTION
AND  THE  COMMERCE  CLAUSE .......................................... 5
HADLEY ARKES
A  SIGN  OF  CONTRADICTION  ...........................................  28
DAvID F. FORTE
A  RESPONSE  TO  DAVID  FORTE .........................................  42
HADLEY ARKES
A PROPOSAL
PROSPECTIVE ABOLITION OF ABORTION: ABORTION AND THE
CONSTITUION  IN  2047  ................................................  51
MICHAEL STOKES PAULSEN
ARTICLES
IT IS TIME TO END RACE-BASED AFFIRMATIVE ACTION .. ................  56
WARD CONNERLY
FEDERALISM  AND  POLARIZATION  .......................................  63
ROBERT J. DELAHUNTY
EMBRYO ADOPTION: THE LEGAL AND MORAL CHALLENGES ................. 100
KARIN A. MOORE
ABANDONED FROZEN EMBRYOS AND EMBRYONIC STEM CELL RESEARCH:
SHOULD  THERE  BE  A  CONNECTION?. ....................................  122
NATALIE R. WALZ

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