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Vol. 11, No. 2: Winter 1988

A FEDERALIST SOCIETY SYMPOSIUM

CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTIONS OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY: HOW THEY PROMOTE INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM

  • Henry G. Manne, Introduction, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 1 (1988).
  • Richard A. Epstein, The Mistakes of 1937, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 5 (1988).

PANEL I: METHODS OF INTERPRETING THE ECONOMIC RIGHTS PROVISIONS OF THE CONSTITUTION

  • Gary Lawson, In Praise of Woodenness, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 21 (1988).
  • Roger Pilon, Economic Liberty, the Constitution, and the Higher Law, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 27 (1988).
  • Mark Kelman, Three Stages of Economic Libertarianism, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 35 (1988).

PANEL II: THE TAKINGS CLAUSE, THE CONTRACTS CLAUSE, AND OTHER ECONOMIC RIGHTS PROVISIONS OF THE CONSTITUTION

  • Gale Norton, Economic Rights Provisions of the Constitution, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 43 (1988).
  • Akhil R. Amar, Republicanism and Minimal Entitlements: Of Safety Valves and the Safety Net, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 47 (1988).
  • Frank H. Easterbrook, The Constitution of Business, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 53 (1988).
  • Julian N. Eule, Process Protection and the Economic Rights Provisions of the Constitution, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 73 (1988).
  • Charles McCurdy, A Jurisprudence of Conceptions, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 77 (1988).

PANEL III: FIRST AMENDMENT PROTECTIONS AND ECONOMIC ACTIVITY

  • Kenneth W. Starr, Introduction, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 81 (1988).
  • Manuel S. Klausner, The First Amendment and Commercial Speech, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 83 (1988).
  • Robert Pitofsky, First Amendment Protections and Economic Activity, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 89 (1988).
  • Christopher D. Stone, Theorizing Commercial Speech, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 95 (1988).

PANEL IV: FEDERAL SPENDING AND THE DEFICIT: IS A CONSTITUTIONAL REMEDY NECESSARY?

  • Douglas H. Ginsburg, Introduction, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 115 (1988).
  • Kate Stith, Federal Spending and the Deficit: Is a Constitutional Remedy Necessary?, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 119 (1988).
  • Wm. Craig Stubblebine, Fiscal Balance and the Federal Constitution, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 125 (1988).

PANEL V: THE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE REALMS: THE PRIVATIZATION MOVEMENT AND OTHER DEVELOPMENTS

  • Leonard D. Liggio, The Market for Rules, Privatization, and the Crisis Theory of the Public Goods, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 139 (1988).
  • Kenneth S. Abraham, Redistributional Issues in the Privatization of Government Insurance Programs, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 151 (1988).
  • Robert C. Ellickson, The Legal Dimension of the Privatization Movement, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 157 (1988).
  • T. Kenneth Cribb, The Neglected Liberties, 11 Geo. Mason U.L. Rev. 165 (1988).