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58 U. Cin. L. Rev. [ix] (1989-1990)
Table of Contents - Issue 4

handle is hein.journals/ucinlr58 and id is 9 raw text is: UNIVERSITY OF
CINCINNATI LAW REVIEW
PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE BOARD OF EDITORS
VOLUME 58                    1990                        No. 4
CONTENTS
PAGE
ARTICLES
EMPATHIC ADJUSTMENT-AN ALTERNATIVE TO RULES, POLICIES,
AND POLITICS
Leonard R. Jaffee 1161
UTILITY, AUTONOMY AND MOTIVE: A DESCRIPTIVE MODEL OF THE
DEVELOPMENT OF TORT DOCTRINE
Martin A. Kotler 1231
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CONTRACT THEORY
Jay M. Feinman  1283
BOOK REVIEW
REPAID IN THE COIN OF A CONTROVERSIALIST: THE BORK
CONFIRMATION PROCESS
BATrLE FOR JUSTICE: HOW THE BORE NOMINATION SHOOK
AMERICA. BY ETHAN BRONNER.
THE TEMPTING OF AMERICA: THE POLITICAL SEDUCTION OF THE
LAW. BY ROBERT H. BORK.
Reviewed by Arthur N. Eisenberg 1319
COMMENTS
DETERMINING WHETHER A JUDICIAL ORDER IS FINAL AND
APPEALABLE UNDER OHIO LAW
John Hunt 1337
THE RIGHT TO DIE: AN EXERCISE OF INFORMED CONSENT, NOT AN
EXTENSION OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT TO PRIVACY
Edward A. Lyon  1367
IRREBUTrABLE EXILE UNDER THE IMMIGRATION MARRIAGE FRAUD
AMENDMENTS: A PERSPECTIVE FROM THE EIGHTH AMENDMENT
AND INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
KristiJ. Spiering 1397

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