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Publications from 2007

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Can We Make the Constitution More Democratic?, Ilya Somin and Neal Devins
55 Drake Law Review 971-1008 (2007)

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A Quick Overview of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Michael Ashley Stein
31 Mental & Physical Disability Law Reporter 679-683 (2007)

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Book Review of Engaging the Law in China: State, Society, and Possibilities for Justice, Michael Ashley Stein
66 Cambridge Law Journal 243-244 (2007)

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Disability Human Rights, Michael Ashley Stein
95 California Law Review 75-121 (2007)

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Beyond Disability Civil Rights, Michael Ashley Stein and Penelope J.S. Stein
58 Hastings Law Journal 1203-1240 (2007)

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A Constitutional Conundrum of Second Amendment Commas, William W. Van Alstyne
10 Green Bag 2nd 469-481 (2007)

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Introductory Remarks: The Relationship of Law and Morality in Repect to Constitutional Law, William W. Van Alstyne
48 William and Mary Law Review 1571-1577 (2007)

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Introductory Remarks: Criminal Law Panel, Cynthia V. Ward
48 William and Mary Law Review 1789-1791 (2007)

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Active Sovereignty, Timothy Zick
21 St. John's Journal of Law & Public Policy 541-573 (2007)

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Clouds, Cameras, and Computers: The First Amendment and Networked Public Places, Timothy Zick
59 Florida Law Review 1-69 (2007)

Publications from 2006

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The Crisis in Indigent Defense: A National Perspective, Mary Sue Backus and Paul Marcus
18 Journal (Virginia Trial Lawyers Association) 19-25 (2006)

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The Right to Counsel in Criminal Cases, A National Crisis, Mary Sue Backus and Paul Marcus
57 Hastings Law Journal 1031-1130 (2006)

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At the Top of the Pyramid: Lessons from the Alpha Women and the Elite Eight, Jayne W. Barnard
65 Maryland Law Review 315-345 (2006)

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Introduction to the Symposium: Corporate Governance and Environmental Best Practices, Jayne W. Barnard
31 William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review 1-4 (2006)

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An Inestimable Safeguard Gives Way to Practicality: Eliminating the Juror Who ""Refuses to Deliberate" Under Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 23(b)(3), Jeffrey Bellin
36 The University of Memphis Law Review 631-654 (2006)

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The New Line Item Veto Proposal: This Time It’s Constitutional (Mostly), Aaron-Andrew P. Bruhl
116 Yale Law Journal Pocket Part 84 (2006)

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Law Review Article Placement: Benefit or Beauty Prize?, Dennis J. Callahan and Neal Devins
56 Journal of Legal Education 374-387 (2006)

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Deferred Compensation Reform: Taxing the Fruit of the Tree in Its Proper Season, Eric D. Chason
67 Ohio State Law Journal 347-399 (2006)

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Procuring Guilty Pleas for International Crimes: The Limited Influence of Sentencing Discounts, Nancy Amoury Combs
59 Vanderbilt Law Review 67-151 (2006)

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Fiduciary Foundations of Administrative Law, Evan J. Criddle
54 UCLA Law Review 117-183 (2006)

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Bob Jones University v. United States 461 U.S. 574 (1983), Neal Devins
1 Encyclopedia of American Civil Liberties 158-159 (Paul Finkelman ed., Routledge Press 2006).

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Should the Supreme Court Fear Congress?, Neal Devins
90 Minnesota Law Review 1337-1362 (2006)

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Smoke, Not Fire, Neal Devins
65 Maryland Law Review 197-205 (2006)

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Tom Delay: Popular Constitutionalist?, Neal Devins
81 Chicago-Kent Law Review 1055-1068 (2006)

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Constitutional Thematics and the Peculiar Federal Marriage Amendment, Scott Dodson
20 Brigham Young University Journal of Public Law 233-242 (2006)

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Subclassing, Scott Dodson
27 Cardozo Law Review 2351-2390 (2006)

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Foreword: The Legacy of St. George Tucker, Davison M. Douglas
47 William and Mary Law Review 1111-1121 (2006)

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A Child-Centered Approach to Parentage Law, James G. Dwyer
14 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 843-855 (2006)

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Playing Cowboys and Indians, B. Glenn George
6 Virginia Sports and Entertainment Law Journal 90-123 (2006)

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The Focus Factor, B. Glenn George
15 Texas Journal of Women and the Law 147-182 (2006)

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Principles of U.S. Family Law, Vivian E. Hamilton
75 Fordham Law Review 31-73 (2006)

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Inducement as Contributory Copyright Infringement: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. v. Grokster, Ltd., Laura A. Heymann
37 International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law 31-46 (2006)

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Bankruptcy and State Collections: The Case of the Missing Garnishments, Richard M. Hynes
91 Cornell Law Review 603-652 (2006)

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Credit Markets, Exemptions, and Households with Nothing to Exempt, Richard M. Hynes
7 Theoretical Inquiries in Law 493-522 (2006)

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Reduce, Refine, Replace: The Failure of the Three R’s and the Future of Animal Experimentation, Darian M. Ibrahim
2006 University of Chicago Legal Forum 195-229 (2006)

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The Anticruelty Statute: A Study in Animal Welfare, Darian M. Ibrahim
1 Journal of Animal Law and Ethics 175-203 (2006)

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FCC v. WNCN Listeners Guild: An Old-Fashioned Remedy for What Ails Current Judicial Review Law, Charles H. Koch Jr.
58 Administrative Law Review 981-993 (2006)

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Class Warfare 1988-2005 Over Top Individual Income Tax Rates: Teeter-Totter from Soak-the-Rich to Robin-Hood-in-Reverse, John W. Lee
2 Hastings Business Law Journal 47-164 (2006)

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Multiracial Identity and Affirmative Action, Nancy Leong
12 UCLA Asian Pacific American Law Journal 1-34 (2007)

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Looking Beyond Environmental Law's Mid-life Crisis, Linda A. Malone
23 Pace Environmental Law Review 679-684 (2006)

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What Do Snowmobiles, Mercury Emissions, Greenhouse Gases, and Runoff Have in Common?: The Controversy over "Junk Science", Linda A. Malone
9 Chapman Law Review 365-408 (2006)

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Women and War, Linda A. Malone
12 William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law 297-299 (2006)

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It's Not Just About Miranda: Determining the Voluntariness of Confessions in Criminal Prosecutions, Paul Marcus
40 Valparaiso University Law Review 601-644 (2006)

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Competition and Market Failure in the Antitrust Jurisprudence of Justice Stevens, Alan J. Meese
74 Fordham Law Review 1775-1807 (2006)

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The Administrative Judiciary's Independence Myth, James E. Moliterno
41 Wake Forest Law Review 1191-1234 (2006)

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Jurisprudence and the Problem of Church Doctrine, Nathan B. Oman
2 Element 1-19 (2006)

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Response - Jay Katz: From Harms to Risks, Larry I. Palmer
6 Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, & Ethics 455-464 (2006)

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The Changing Culture of American Land Use Regulation: Paying for Growth with Impact Fees, Ronald H. Rosenberg
59 Southern Methodist University Law Review 177-264 (2006)

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Building the Emotionally Learned Negotiator, Erin Ryan
22 Negotiation Journal 209-225 (2006)

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New Orleans, the Chesapeake, and the Future of Environmental Assessment: Overcoming the Natural Resources Law of Unintended Consequences, Erin Ryan
40 University of Richmond Law Review 981-1029 (2006)

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Palazzolo, The Public Trust, and the Property Owner's Reasonable Expectations: Takings and the South Carolina Marsh Island Bridge Debate, Erin Ryan
15 Southeastern Environmental Law Journal 121-146 (2006)

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Disability and Employment Discrimination at the Rehnquist Court, Anita Silvers, Michael E. Waterstone, and Michael Ashley Stein
75 Mississippi Law Journal 945-973 (2006)

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Book Review of Non-State Actors and Human Rights, Michael Ashley Stein
65 Cambridge Law Journal 464-466 (2006)

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Foreward: Disabling Brown, Michael Ashley Stein
14 William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 1421-1428 (2006)

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Book Review of Bodies of Difference: Experiences of Disability and Institutional Advocacy in the Making of Modern China, Michael Ashley Stein and Penelope J. S. Stein
33 Journal of law and Society 485-491 (2006)

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Disability, Disparate Impact, and Class Actions, Michael Ashley Stein and Michael E. Waterstone
56 Duke Law Journal 861-922 (2006)

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Coercion and Choice Under the Establishment Clause, Cynthia V. Ward
39 University of California at Davis Law Review 1621-1668 (2006)

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Punishing Children in the Criminal Law, Cynthia V. Ward
82 Notre Dame Law Review 429-479 (2006)

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Emergency Preparedness and Disability, Michael E. Waterstone and Michael Ashley Stein
30 Mental and Physical Disability Law Reports 338-339 (2006)

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The Constitution and Congressional Committees, 1971-2000, Keith E. Whittington, Neal Devins, and Hutch Hicken
The Least Examined Branch: The Role of Legislatures in the Constitutional State 396-410 (Richard W. Bauman and Tsvi Kahana eds., 2006)

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Property, Place, and Public Discourse, Timothy Zick
21 Washington University Journal of Law and Policy 173-223 (2006)

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Space, Place, and Speech: The Expressive Topography, Timothy Zick
74 George Washington Law Review 439-505 (2006)

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Speech and Spatial Tactics, Timothy Zick
84 Texas Law Review 581-651 (2006)

Publications from 2005

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On Discovering Doctrine: "Justice" in Contract Agreement, Peter A. Alces
83 Washington University Law Quarterly 471-519 (2005)

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Moderating Politics in Post-Conflict States: An Examination of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Angela M. Banks
10 UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs 1-65 (2005)

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Sexual Violence and International Criminal Law: An Analysis of the Ad Hoc Tribunal's Jurisprudence & the International Criminal Court's Elements of Crimes, Angela M. Banks

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Historical Quirks, Political Opportunism, and the Anti-Loan Provision of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Jayne W. Barnard
31 Ohio Northern University Law Review 325-357 (2005)

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Rule 10b-5 and the "Unfitness" Question, Jayne W. Barnard
47 Arizona Law Review 9-60 (2005)

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Profile: Judge George H. Aldrich, Nancy Amoury Combs
7 International Law Forum du Droit International 47-53 (2005)

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International Courts and Tribunals, Nancy Amoury Combs, Carl Magnus Nesser, Ucheora O. Onwuamaegbu, Mark B. Rees, and Jacqueline Weisman
39 International Lawyer 259-278 (2005)

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The Academic Expert Before Congress: Observations and Lessons from Bill Van Alstyne's Testimony, Neal Devins
54 Duke Law Journal 1525-1554 (2005)

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Zelman v. Simmons-Harris, Neal Devins
Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States 1115 (K. Hall ed., Oxford University Press 2005)

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Judicial Review and Nongeneralizable Cases, Neal Devins and Alan J. Meese
32 Florida State University Law Review 323-355 (2005)

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Caught in the Trap: Pricing Racial Housing Preferences, A. Mechele Dickerson
103 Michigan Law Review 1273-1294 (2005)

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The Virginia Uniform Trust Code, John E. Donaldson
40 University of Richmond Law Review 325-380 (2005)

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The Liberal State's Response to Religious Visions of Education, James G. Dwyer
44 Journal of Catholic Legal Studies 195-231 (2005)

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Judicial Selection as...Talk Radio, Michael J. Gerhardt
39 University of Richmond Law Review 909-922 (2005)

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Judicial Selection by the Numbers, Michael J. Gerhardt
32 Florida State University Law Review 1197-1235 (2005)

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Merit vs. Ideology, Michael J. Gerhardt
26 Cardozo Law Review 353-375 (2005)

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The Constitutional Limits to Court-Stripping, Michael J. Gerhardt
9 Lewis & Clark Law Review 347-362 (2005)

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The First Amendment's Biggest Threat, Michael J. Gerhardt
89 Minnesota Law Review 1798-1841 (2005)

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The Limited Path Dependency of Precedent, Michael J. Gerhardt
7 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law 903-1000 (2005)

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The Invisible Pillar of Gideon, Adam M. Gershowitz
80 Indiana Law Journal 571-604 (2005)

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Halpin on Dworkin's Fallacy: A Surreply, Michael Steven Green
91 Virginia Law Review 187-201 (2005)

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Legal Realism as Theory of Law, Michael Steven Green
46 William and Mary Law Review 1915-2000 (2005)

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Legal Revolutions: Six Mistakes About Discontinuity in the Legal Order, Michael Steven Green
83 North Carolina Law Review 331-401 (2005)

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The Birth of the Authornym: Authorship, Pseudonymity, and Trademark Law, Laura A. Heymann
80 Notre Dame Law Review 1377-1449 (2005)

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The Definition of Disability in the Americans with Disabilities Act: Its Successes and Shortcomings: Proceedings of the 2005 Annual Meeting, Association of American Law Schools Sections on Employment Discrimination Law; Labor Relations and Employment Law; and Law, Medicine and Health Care, Sharona Hoffman, Paul Steven Miller, Chai R. Feldblum, and Michael Ashley Stein
9 Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal 473-498 (2005)

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The Unique Benefits of Treating Personal Goodwill as Property in Corporate Acquisitions, Darian M. Ibrahim
30 Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 1-44 (2005)

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Preserving a Precious Resource: Rationalizing the Use of Antibiotics, Eric Kades
99 Northwestern University Law Review 611-675 (2005)

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Policymaking by the Administrative Judiciary, Charles H. Koch Jr.
25 Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judges 49-117 (2005)

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Collaborative Governance in the Restructured Electricity Industry, Charles H. Koch Jr.
40 Wake Forest Law Review 589-615 (2005)

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Policymaking by the Administrative Judiciary, Charles H. Koch Jr.
56 Alabama Law Review 693-740 (2005)

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Technology-Augmented Courtrooms: Progress Amid a Few Complications, or the Problematic Interrelationship Between Court and Counsel, Fredric I. Lederer
60 New York University Annual of American Law 675-709 (2005)

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The Capital Gains "Sieve" and the "Farce" of Progressivity 1921-1986, John W. Lee
1 Hastings Business Law Journal 1-86 (2005)

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Beyond Breimhorst: Appropriate Accommodation of Students with Learning Disabilities on the SAT, Nancy Leong
57 Stanford Law Review 2135-2155 (2005)

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Exclusive Dealing, the Theory of the Firm, and Raising Rivals' Costs: Toward a New Synthesis, Alan J. Meese
50 Antitrust Bulletin 371-439 (2005)

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Market Failure and Non-Standard Contracting: How the Ghost of Perfect Competition Still Haunts Antitrust, Alan J. Meese
1 Journal of Competition Law & Economics 21-95 (2005)

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Monopolization, Exclusion, and the Theory of the Firm, Alan J. Meese
89 Minnesota Law Review 743-847 (2005)

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Property, Aspen, and Refusals to Deal, Alan J. Meese
73 Antitrust Law Journal 81-114 (2005)