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Volume 39, Number 1

SOUTHWESTERN LAW REVIEW

VOLUME 39

NUMBER 1

FALL 2009

Contents

Articles

1 Playing Forty Questions: Responding to Justice Roberts's Concerns in Caperton and Some Tentative Answers About Operationalizing Judicial Recusal and Due Process (PDF)
Jeffrey W. Stempel


69 When Sellers of "Safe" Products Turn Ostrich in Relation to Dangerous Post-Sale Components (PDF)
Alani Golanski


103 Mistaking Doubts and Qualms for Constitutional Law: Against the Rejection of Legislative History as a Tool of Legal Interpretation (PDF)
Michael F. Roessler
 

Comments

155
Internet Content Discrimination: The Need for Specific Net Neutrality Legislation by Congress or the FCC in Light of the Recent Anti-Net Neutrality Actions by Comcast Corporation (PDF)
George S. Benjamin


181 The Punishment Doesn’t Fit the Crime - Why and How Congress Should Revise the Statutory Copyright Damages Provision for Noncommercial Infringements on Peer-to-Peer File-Sharing Networks (PDF)
Anna Cronk


209 One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: How California's 2008 Constitutional Amendment Changed the State's Eminent Domain Power (PDF)
Thomas J. Miletic


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