57 U. Kan. L. Rev. [i] (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/ukalr57 and id is 1 raw text is: The University of
Kansas Law Review
ISSN-0083-4025

Volume 57                     October 2008                     Number 1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Using Empirical Research to Design
Government Citizen Participation
Processes: A Case Study of Citizens'
Roles in Environmental
Compliance and Enforcement ................ David L. Markell               1
& Tom R. Tyler
A Better Approach for Balancing Authority
and Accountability in Shareholder
Derivative Litigation ........................... Ann M. Scarlett         39
The Gentle Art of Corporate Seduction:
Tax Incentives in the United States
and the European Union ........................ Tracy A. Kaye            93
The Disappearing Dilemma:
Why Agency Principles Should Now
Take Center Stage in Retaliation Cases ...... Sandra F. Sperino         157
COMMENT
An Enemy Within Our Midst:
Distinguishing Combatants from
Civilians in the War Against Terrorism .... Christina D. Elmore         213
On the cover: James Woods Uncle Jimmy Green, first dean of the University of Kansas School of
Law, is immortalized in this Daniel Chester French sculpture on the KU campus. Students and
alumni formed the Jimmy Green Memorial Association to honor the beloved Green after his death in
1919. French is perhaps best known for creating the seated figure of Abraham Lincoln in the
Lincoln Memorial. He initially refused the request to sculpt Green, but reconsidered after visiting
campus and declaring he had never seen such love for a man-unless it be in the case of Abraham
Lincoln. The $40,000 bronze memorial was unveiled during commencement in 1924.

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