Vol 32, No 1 (1998)

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Indiana Law Review


Symposium: National Power and State Autonomy: Calibrating the New "New Federalism" PDF
Cynthia A. Baker, Jonathan D. Mattingly 1-2
Introductory Remarks: Enumerated and Reserved Powers: The "Perpetually Arising Question" PDF
James W. Torke 3-10
Listening to the "Sounds of Sovereignty" But Missing the Beat: Does the New Federalism Really Matter? PDF
Ronald J. Krotoszynski Jr. 11-26
Sounds of Sovereignty: Defining Federalism in the 1900s PDF
John C. Yoo 27-44
Whose Federalism? PDF
S. Elizabeth Wilborn Malloy 45-70
Federal Power to Commandeer State Courts: Implications for the Theory of Judicial Federalism PDF
Martin H. Redish, Steven G. Sklaver 71-110
Printz and Testa: The Infrastructure of Federal Supremacy PDF
Vicki C. Jackson 111-140
Discovering the Impact of the "New Federalism" on State Policy Makers: A State Attorney General's Perspective PDF
Jeffrey A. Modisett 141-154
Congressional Federalism and the Judicial Power: Horizontal and Vertical Tension Merge PDF
W. William Hodes 155-162
The Powers of Congress Under Section 5 of the Fourteenth Amendment After City of Boerne v. Flores PDF
Ronald D. Rotunda 163-192
A Comment on Congressional Enforcement PDF
Saikrishna Prakash 193-212

Book Review

The Illusory Nature of Environmental Protection in a Marxist-Socialist Polity: The Case of Poland PDF
Michael J. Kelly 213-224


Court-Appointed Expert Panels: A Comparison of Two Models PDF
Karen Butler Reisinger 225-258
Jaffe v. Redmond: The Supreme Court's Dramatic Shift Supports the Recognition of a Federal Parent-Child Privilege PDF
Nissa M. Ricafort 259-295

ISSN: 0090-4198