Table of contents for The Rehnquist court : judicial activism on the right / edited by Herman Schwartz.


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Acknowledgments

Foreword: "Reflections of a Court Watcher" by Tom Wicker

Introduction by Herman Schwartz

"Equal Protection for One Lucky Guy" by John P. MacKenzie

Race and Criminal Justice

"Racial Equality: The World According to Rehnquist" by William L. Taylor

"The Rehnquist Revolution in Criminal Procedure" by Charles J. Ogletree, Jr.

"No Rights of Prisoners" by William E. Hellerstein

"Capital Punishment: Accelerating the Dance with Death" by Stephen Bright

Individual Rights

"The Religion Clauses: A Study in Confusion" by Norman Redlich

"The First Amendment: The High Ground and the Low Road" by Jamin B. Raskin

"Gay Rights" by Chai Feldblum

"The Politics of Abortion" by Susan Estrich

The Assault on Federal Power

"The States' Rights Assault on Federal Authority" by Herman Schwartz

"The Roles, Rights, and Responsibilities of the Executive Branch" by David C. Vladeck and Alan B. Morrison

"Environmental Law" by James Salzman

"The 'Miserly' Approach to Disability Rights" by Andrew J. Imparato

"Antitrust and Business Power" by Eleanor M. Fox

"No Business like No Business" by Lawrence E. Mitchell

Notes
Contributors
Index


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: United States, Supreme Court, Rehnquist, William H, , 1924-Conservatism United States, Judicial process Political aspects United States