ROSEN, JEFFREY



BOOKS


(With Wittes, Benjamin.) Constitution 3.0: Freedom & Technological Change. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2011. 


The Supreme Court: The Personalities and Rivalries that Defined America. New York: Times Books, 2007. 


The Most Democratic Branch: How the Courts Serve America. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006. 


The Naked Crowd: Reclaiming Security and Freedom in an Anxious Age. New York: Random House, 2004. 


The Unwanted Gaze: The Destruction of Privacy in America. New York: Random House, 2000. 



LAW REVIEW ARTICLES & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS


"How New Is the New Textualism?," 25 Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities 43-53 (2013).


"Keeping Google Good: Remarks on Privacy Regulation and Free Speech," 20 George Mason Law Review 1003-1007 (2013).


"Symposium Keynote Address," 65 Rutgers Law Review 965-981 (2013).


"The Right to Be Forgotten," in Civil Liberties. Edited by Noel Merino. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2013.


"Economic Freedoms and the Constitution," 35 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 13-24 (2012).


"The Deciders: The Future of Privacy and Free Speech in the Age of Facebook and Google," 80 Fordham Law Review 1525-1538 (2012).


"Naked Scanners, GPS Tracking, and Private Citizens: Technology's Role in Balancing Security and Privacy," 57 Wayne Law Review 1-10 (2011).


"Orginalism, Precedent, and Judicial Restraint," 34 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 129-136 (2011).


"The Supreme Court Was Right to Overturn the Millionaire's Amendment," in Campaign Finance. Edited by David M. Haugen and Susan Musser. Farmington Hills, MI: Greenhaven Press, 2011.


"Big Business and the Roberts Court," (Santa Clara Law Review Symposium) 49 Santa Clara Law Review 929-941 (2009).


"Originalism and Pragmatism: False Friends," 31 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 937-944 (2008).


"Sunstein and Brandeis: The Minimalist and the Prophet." (Legal Scholarship Symposium: The Scholarship of Cass Sunstein.) 43 Tulsa Law Review 885-890 (2008).


(Roundtable: "An Enigmatic Court? Examining the Roberts Court as It Begins Year Three.) "The Roberts Court & Executive Power," 35 Pepperdine Law Review 503-508 (2008).


"The Supreme Court: Judicial Temperament and the Democratic Ideal," 47 Washburn Law Journal 1-11 (2007).


"Forward." (Bridging the Great Divide: A Symposium on the State of Legal Journalism.) 56 Syracuse Law Review 383-385 (2006).


"Opening Address." (Symposium on Security, Technology and Individual Rights: 2003). 2 Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy 17-38 (2004).


"The Naked Crowd: Balancing Privacy and Security in an Age of Terror." (Isaac Marks Memorial Lecture). 46 Arizona Law Review 607-619 (2004).


"The Next Culture War," in A Year at the Supreme Court, 71-86, edited by Neal Devins & Davison M. Douglas. Durham: Duke University Press, 2004.


"Life after 9/11: Issues Affecting the Courts and the Nation." (Panel Discussion). 51 University of Kansas Law Review 219-247 (2003).


"Political Questions and the Hazards of Pragmatism." in Bush v. Gore: The Question of Legitimacy 145-162, Edited by Bruce Ackerman. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2002.


"I-Commerce: Tocqueville, the Internet, and the Legalized Self." 49 Drake Law Review 427-440 (2001).


"Out of Context: The Purposes of Privacy." 68 Social Research no.t 1, p. 209 (Spring 2001).


"The Philip D. Reed Lecture Series. I-Commerce: Tocqueville, the Internet, and the Legalized Self." 70 Fordham Law Review1-15 (2001).


"The Purpose of Privacy: A Response." 89 Georgetown Law Journal2117-2137 (2001).


"Privacy in Public Places." 12 Cardozo Studies in Law and Literature 167-191 (2000).


"Why Privacy Matters." 24 The Wilson Quarterly no. 4, p. 32 (Autumn 2000).


(with Neuborne, Burt; Roger Pilon; Michael McConnel & Stephen Reinhardt). "Brennan's Approach to Reading and Interpreting the Constitution." 43 New York Law School Law Review 41-78 (1999).


"Foreward, 1999 Survey of Books Relating to the Law." 97 Michigan Law Review 1323-1338 (1999).


(Panel discussion with Peller, Gary; James A. Gardner; & Brenda Wright). "The Nature of the American Constitution." 48 American University Law Review 605-633 (1999).


"After 'One Angry Woman.'" 1998 University of Chicago Law Forum 179-195 (1998).


"Divided Suffrage." in Constitutional Stupidities, Constitutional Tragedies 81-83, Edited by William N. Eskridge, Jr. and Sanford Levinson. New York: New York University Press, 1998


"Textualism and the Civil War Amendments: Translating the Privileges or Immunities Clause." 66 George Washington Law Review 1241-1268 (1998).


"Class Legislation, Public Choice, and the Structural Constitution." 21 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 181-193 (1997).


"We Hardly Know It When We See It: Obscenity and the Problem of Unprotected Speech." in Reason and Passion: Justice Prennan's Enduring Influence, edited by E. Joshua Rosenkranz and Bernard Schwartz. New York: Norton, 1997.


"Kiryas Joel and Shaw v. Reno: A Text-Bound Interpretivist Approach." 26 Cumberland Law Review 387-406 (1996).


"Conservatives v. Originalism." 19 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 465-474 (1996).


"The Color-Blind Court." 45 American University Law Review 791-801 (1996).


"Who Cares?" 40 New York Law School Law Review 899-901 (1996).


"Divided Suffrage." 12 Constitutional Commentary 199-201 (1995).


"Was the Flag Burning Amendment Constitutional?" 100 Yale Law Journal 1073-1092 (1991).


(With Vikram Amar, Joan Biskupic, Doughlas W. Kmiec, Kenneth W. Starr, and Kathleen M. Sullivan.) "Roundtable Discussion." 35 Pepperdine Law Review 547-568 (2008)



BOOK REVIEWS


"A Man of Influence." Review of American Original: The Life and Constitution of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, by Joan Biskupic. New York Times, January 3, 2010, Sec. BR, p. 12.


"Behind the Scenes of Secret Surveillance and Its Public Unmasking." Review of Bush's Law: The Remaking of American Justice, by Eric Lichtblau. New York Times sec. E, p. 9 (4/3/08).


"Say What you Will." Review of Freedom for the Though that We Hate: A Biography of the First Amendment, by Anthony Lewis. New York Times, January 13, 2008, (Book Review) at 1-10.


"Voices of Victims." Review of My Guantanamo Diary: The Detainees and the Stories They Told Me, by Mahvish Rukhsana Khan. New York Times, August 10, 2008, Sec. BR, p. 23.


"Pinpointed." Review of My Grandfather's Son: A Memoir, by Clarence Thomas, and Review of Supreme Discomfort: The Divided Soul of ClarenceThomas, by Kevin Merida and Michael A. Fletcher. 237 New Republic no. 11, p. 47-51 (12/10/07).


"Wrongly Accused." Review of Until Proven Innocent: Political Correctness & the Shameful Injustices of Duke Lacrosse Rape Case, by Stuart Taylor, Jr., and KC Johnson, New York Times Book Review, 9/16/07, p. 6.


"A Fine Balance: How a Liberal Republican Governor Shaped the Modern Supreme Court." Review of Justice for All, by Jim Newton. The Washington Post p. T04 (Dec. 17, 2006).


"A Pivotal Justice Less Than Supremely Confident." Review of Becoming Justice Blackmun: Harry Blackmun's Supreme Court Journey, by Linda Greenhouse. New York Times, sec. E, p.43 (May 6, 2005).


"Bland Justice." Review of A Court Divided: The Rehnquist Court and the Future of Constitutional Law, by Mark Tushnet. Slate Magazine (Jan. 17, 2005).


"Two Kinds of Pragmatist" Review of Sandra Day O'Connor: How the First Woman on the Supreme Court Became its Most Influential Justice, by Joan Biskupic, and Active Liberty: Interpreting Our Democratic Constitution by Stephen Breyer. Los Angeles Times, part R, p. 3 (Oct. 23, 2005).


"Your Right to Say It." Review of Speaking Freely: Trials of the First Amendment, by Floyd Abrams. New York Times, sec. 7, p. 15 (Apr. 17, 2005).


"Risky Business." Review of Catastrophe: Risk and Response, by Richard A. Posner, in Slate Magazine (Online - No. 22, 2004).


"Courting Trouble." Review of The Legend and Life of William O. Douglas, by Bruce Allen Murphy. The Washington Post, p. T05 (Mar. 9, 2003).


"More Perfect Unions: Looking for the Constitutional Grounds for Gay Marriage." Review of Same-Sex Marriage and the Constitution, by Evan Gerstmann, in The Washington Post p. T09 (Oct. 5, 2003).


 Review of Law Without Values: The Life, Work and Legacy of Justice Holmes, by Albert Alschuler. 114 L.A. Daily Journal no. 81, p. 6 (4/26/01).


"Getting Over Our Depression." Review of The Constitution and the New Deal, by G. Edward White. New York Times (3/11/01), sec. 7, p. 16.


"Renchburg's the One!" Review of The Rehnquist Choice by John W. Dean. New York Times (11/4/01), sec. 7, p. 15.


"Twelve Thoughtful Men." Review of Not Guilty: Twelve Black Men Speak Out on Law, Justice, and Life, by Jabari Asim. The Washington Post, p. C04 (Nov. 5, 2001).


"One Man's Justice." Review of Law Without Values: The Life, Work and Legacy of Justice Holmes, by Albert Alschuler. New York Times (12/17/00), sec. 7, p. 26.


 Review of One Case at a Time, by Cass Sunstein. 220 The New Republic no. 26, p. 43 (6/28/99).


"Originalist Sin: The Achievement of Antonin Scalia, and Its Intellectual Incoherence." Review of A Matter of Interpretation, by Antonin Scalia. 216 The New Republic no. 18, p. 26 (5/5/97).


"The Hopeless Moralist." Review of The World of Benjamin Cardozo: Personal Values and the Judicial Process, by Richard Polenberg. New York Times (11/2/97), sec. 7, p. 12.


"Gag Order." Review of The Irony of Free Speech, by Owen M. Fiss. New York Times (9/22/96), sec. 7, p. 32.


"In Search of Common Ground." Review of Democracy and Disagreement, by Amy Gutmann and Dennis Thompson. New York Times (11/29/96), sec. 7, p. 21.


"The Bloods and the Crits: O.J. Simpson, Critical Rage Theory, The Law, and the Triumph of Color in America." Review of The Run of His Life: The People v. O.J. Simpson, by Jeffrey Toobin. 215 The New Republic no. 24, p. 27 (12/9/96).


"Cheap Speech." Review of Constitutional Domains, by Robert Post, Defending Pornography by Nadine Strossen, Fighting Words by Kent Greenawalt, Scrambling for Protection by Patrick Garry, and Abandoned in the Wasteland by Newton Minow and Craig LaMay. 71 The New Yorker no. 23, p. 75 (8/7/95).


"Disorder in the Court." Review of The Center Holds: The Power Struggle Inside the Rehnquist Court, by James F. Simon. New York Times (8/20/95), sec. 7, p. 11.


"Overcoming Posner." Review of Overcoming Law, by Richard A. Posner. 105 Yale Law Journal 581 (1995).


 Review of Liberty and Sexuality: The Right to Privacy and the Making of Roe v. Wade, by David Garrow. 273 The Atlantic Monthly no. 4, p. 121 (4/1/94).


 Review of Learned Hand: The Man and the Judge, by Gerald Gunther. 211 The New Republic no. 1 (7/4/94).


"Confirmations: Hill, Thomas, and the Dirty on Everybody." Review of Strange Justice: The Selling of Clarence Thomas, by Jane Abramson and Jane Mayer. 211 The New Republic no. 25, p. 27 (12/12/94).


"Inspiring Good Opinions." Review of A Justice for All: William J. Brennan Jr. and the Decisions that Transformed America, by Kim Isaac Eisler. The Washington Post, p. X4 (Jan. 2, 1994).


"Prosecuting the Nominees." Review of The Confirmation Mess: Cleaning Up the Federal Appointments Process, by Stephen L. Carter. The Washington Post, p. X11, (June 19, 1994).


"The Forgotten Formalist." Review of Hugo Black: A Biography, by Roger K. Newman. 211 The New Republic no. 23, p. 40 (12/5/94).


"The Limit of Limits." Review of Democracy and the Problem of Free Speech, by Cass Sunstein. 210 The New Republic no. 6, p. 35 (2/7/94).


"The Trials of William Kunstler." Review of My Life as a Radical Lawyer, by William Kunstler. New York Times (9/18/94), sec. 7, p. 16.


 Review of Forgotten Fatherland: The Search for Elizabeth Nietzsche, by Ben Macintyre. 207 The New Republic no. 20, p. 50 (11/9/92).



OTHER


"Five Books on Privacy," Op-Ed., Washington Post (June 7, 2013), http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013-06-07/opinions/39812348_1_unwanted-gaze-privacy-jeffrey-rosen.


"How to Win Cases and Influence Justices: Book Review, The Roberts Court: The Struggle for the Constitution, by Marcia Coyle," Op-Ed., Washington Post, May 19, 2013, at B1.
Available at http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinion/book-review-the-roberts-court-by-marcia-coyle/2013/05/16/55692a2a-bd78-11e2-89c9-3be8095fe767_story.html.


"The Delete Squad: Google, Twitter, Facebook and the New Global Battle Over the Future of Free Speech," The New Republic (April 29, 2013), http://www.newrepublic.com/article/113045/free-speech-internet-silicon-valley-making-rules#.


"In Obama v. Roberts, Who Is the Real Conservative?: Book Review of The Oath: The Obama White House and the Supreme Court, by Jeffrey Toobin," Op-Ed., Washington Post, Sept. 16, 2012, at B1.
Available at http://www.washingtonpost.com/entertainment/books/the-oath-the-obama-white-house-and-the-supreme-court-by-jeffrey-toobin/2012/09/14/ff9d4c54-fb56-11e1-8adc-499661afe377_story.html.


"What's Going to Happen During 3 Days of Arguments on Health Care?," Op-Ed., The Washington Post (Mar. 23, 2012), http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/when-the-supreme-court-debates-health-care-get-ready-for-some-memorable-quotes/2012/03/21/gIQAeC4KWS_story.html.


"Amend Corner: Why Are Conservatives, Not Liberals, Fixated on Amending the Constitution?," The New Republic (Apirl 18, 2011, 12:19 AM).
Available at http://www.tnr.com.


"Supreme Privacy Protector," Op-Ed., Washington Post, Mar. 6, 2011, at B4.
Available at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/03/04/AR2011030402339.html.


"Radical Constitutionalism," New York Times, Nov. 26, 2010.
Available at: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/28/magazine/28FOB-idealab-t.html?scp=14&sq=jeffrey%20rosen&st=cse.


"Prisoners of Parole," New York Times Magazine, 1/10/10, p. 36.


"The TSA Is Invasive, Annoying, and Unconstitutional," Op-Ed., Washington Post, Nov. 28, 2010, at B1.


"The Web Means the End of Forgetting," New York Times, July 21, 2010.
Available at: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/07/25/magazine/25privacy-t2.html?scp=2&sq=jeffrey%20rosen&st=cse.


"Barack Obama, Supreme Court Justice," Op-Ed., Washington Post, 2/21/10, at B1.


"Where She Really Stands on Race," Time, p. 34 (6/22/09).


"A Torturous Decision: Sure, Cheney and Friends Could Be Prosecuted for Torture-Related Offenses. But Could They Be Convicted?," New York Magazine (5/11/2009).
Available at http://nymag.com/news/politics/nationalinterest/56439/.


"The Stealth Justice," New York Times, 5/2/09, p. A21.


"Truth or Dare, 240 The New Republic no. 8, p. 7 (5/20/09).


"Race to the Top," 240 The New Republic no. 7, p. 19 (5/6/09).


"TARP Heels," 240 The New Republic no. 4, p. 5 (3/18/09).


"Yoo Complete Me," 240 The New Republic no. 3, p. 8 (3/4/09).


"Sotto Voce," 240 The New Republic no. 11, p. 16 (7/1/09).


"What's a Liberal Justice Now," New York Times Magazine (5/26/09).
Available at http://www.nytimes.com/2009/05/31/magazine/31court-t.html?scp=6&sq=jeffrey%20rosen&st=cse.


"Black Robe Politics," Washington Post, 7/5/09, p. B06.


"The Trial of John Roberts," New York Times, 9/13/09, sec. WK, p. 18.


"Net Cemetery," 240 The New Republic no. 19, p. 10 (10/21/09).


"Card-Carrying," 238 New Republic no. 3, p 4 (2/27/08).


"State of Nature," 238 New Republic no. 7, p. 13-14 (4/23/08).


"Legal Bondage," 238 New Republic no. 6, p. 9-10 (4/9/08).


"Supreme Court Inc.," New York Times Magazine p. 38 (3/16/08).


"Constitutional Biden," 239 The New Republic no. 5, p. 18 (9/24/08).


"A Card Carying Civil Libertarian," New York Times, 3/1/08, at 17.


"Man-Made Disaster," 239 The New Republic no. 11, p. 22 (12/24/08).


"Primary School," 238 New Republic no. 1, p. 8-10 (1/30/08).


"McJustice," 239 The New Republic no. 8, p. 19 (11/5/08).


"The Myth of Biden v. Bork," New York Times, 8/27/09, p. A23.


"Narrow Minded," 238 The New Republic no. 12, p. 8 (7/9/08).


"Justice Delayed," 238 The New Republic no. 10, p. 9 (6/11/08).


"Short Bench," 238 The New Republic no. 4, p. 8 (3/12/08).


"Court Approval," 238 The New Republic no. 3, p. 9 (1/30/08).


"Google's Gatekeepers," The New York Times Magazine, p. 50 (11/30/08)


"A Unified Theory of Scandal." 236 The New Republic no. 14, p. 37-39 (4/23/07).


"Forced into a Gun Debate." 169 Time no. 19, p. 33 (5/7/07).


"The Right to Spend," New York Times Magazine p. 11-12 (7/8/07).


"Who's Watching the F.B.I.? The New York Times Magazine (4/15/07), p. 13-14


"The Brain on the Stand." New York Times Magazine (3/11/07), p. 49.


"Roberts's Rules." 299 Atlantic Monthly no. 1, p. 104-113 (Jan.Feb. 2007).


"Loyalty First? A Dozen Questions for Alberto Gonzales." New York Times (4/19/07), p. A27.


"In Wartime, Who Has the Power?" New York Times sec. 4, p. 1 (3/4//07).


"My Gitmo Vacation." 236 The New Republic no. 10/11, p. 16-19 (3/5/07).


"Supreme Leader," 236 New Republic no. 18, p. 16-22 (6/18/07).


"Can a Law Change a Society," New York Times sec. 4, at p. 4-5 (7/1/07).


"The Dissenter," New York Times Magazine, p. 50-81 (9/23/07).


"Conscience of a Conservative," New York Times Magazine, p. 40-45 (9/9/07).


"Court Approval," 237 New Republic no. 2, p. 9-12 (7/23/07).


"Courting Controversy," 170 Time no. 2, p. 16 (7/9/07).


"Judicial Exposure." New York Times Book Review (Jan. 29, 2006) at 27.


"Uncle Sam." 234 The New Republic, no. 3, p. 20 (Jan. 30, 2006).


"Power of One." 235 The New Republic no. 4, p. 8-10 (7/24/06).


"Comparisons with Roberts Show Alito to be More Conservative." 119 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 16, p. 8 (Jan. 25, 2006).


"Tap Dance: Alberto Gonzales's Spin." 234 The New Republic, no. 7, p. 10 (Feb. 27, 2006).


"Partial Solution." 235 The New Republic no. 24, p. 8-10 (12/11/06).


"House Arrest." 235 New Republic no. 21, p. 12-14 (11/20/06).


"Full Court Press." 235 The New Republic no. 20, p. 15-17 (11/13/06).


"A Terror Trial, With or Without Due Process." New York Times (9/10/06), sec. 4, p. 14.


"Disorder in the Courts." 168 Time no. 2, p. 26-28 (7/10/06).


"Perhaps Not All Affirmative Action is Created Equal." New York Times (6/11/06), sec. 4, p. 14.


"Silent Hill." 234 The New Republic no. 21/22, p. 16-19 (6/5/06 - 6/12/06).


"The Day After Roe." 297 Atlantic Monthly no. 5, p. 56-66 (June 2006).


"Is Ritual Circumcision Religious Expression?" The New York Times Magazine (2/5/06), p. 28.


"Alito vs. Roberts, Word by Word." New York Times, Sec. 4, p. 1 (Jan. 15, 2006).


"School Colors." New York Times Magazine (9/24/06), p. 15-16.


"The Yoo Presidency." New York Times Magazine (12/11/05) at 106.


"Breyer Review." 232 The New Republic no. 3, p. 10 (Jan. 31, 2005).


"Big Ten." 232 The New Republic no. 9, p. 13 (Mar. 14, 2005).


"Juvenile Logic." 232 The New Republic no. 10, p. 11 (Mar. 21, 2005).


"Supreme Court Confirmations are as Messy as They Should Be." 52 The Chronicle Review no. 12, p. B6-B9 (Nov. 11, 2005).


"Rehnquist the Great? Even Liberals May Come to Regard William Rehnquist as One of the Most Successful Chief Justices of the Century." 295 The Atlantic Monthly, no.3 , p. 79 (Apr. 1, 2005).


"Answer Key." 233 The New Republic, no. 21, p. 16 (Nov. 21, 2005).


"Overcharged." 233 The New Republic, no. 21, p. 14 (Nov. 14, 2005).


""Superprecedent' Theory Gains Judicial Steam." 118 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 211, p. 8 (Nov. 2, 2005).


"So, Do You Believe in 'Superprecedent'?" New York Times, sec. 4, p. 1 (10/30/05).


"Judge Not." 233 The New Republic, no. 16, p. 12 (Oct. 17, 2005).


"The Woman's Seat." New York Times, sec. 6, p. 13 (10/16/05).


"The Senate Nears the Point of No Return." New York Times, sec. 4, p. 1 (May 22, 2005).


"The Unregulated Offensive." New York Times Magazine (Apr. 17, 2005) at 42.


"It's the Law, Not the Judge: But These Days the Bench is the Hot Seat." The Washington Post (Mar. 27, 2005) at B01.


"The Brawl That May Erupt Over the High Court." New York Times, sec. 4, p. 4 (May 1, 2005).


"Stare Decisis." 233 The New Republic, no. 12, p. 12 (Sept. 19, 2005).


"Out of Order." 232 The New Republic, no. 20, p. 12 (May 30, 2005).


"Center Court." New York Times Magazine (June 12, 2005) at 17.


"So What's the 'Right' Pick?" New York Times, sec. 4, p. 1 (July 3, 2005).


"Senators Should Focus on Roberts' Vision: They Should Forget About Government Briefs He Signed and Explore His View of Precedents." Chicago Sun-Times (July 22, 2005) at 59.


"Supreme Modesty." New York Times Magazine (July 24, 2005) at 13.


"Bottoms Up." 233 The New Republic, no. 5, p. 12 (Aug. 1, 2005).


"Roberts v. The Future." New York Times Magazine (Aug. 28, 2005) at 24.


"The New Boss." New York Times Magazine (Sept. 18, 2005), at 19.


"In Search of John Roberts." New York Times, sec. A, p. A29 (July 21, 2005).


"Technologies Must Balance Security with Privacy." Newhouse News Service (12/15/04).


"The Struggle Over the Torture Memos." New York Times sec. 4, p. 5 (Aug. 15, 2004).


"Prevent Defense." 231 The New Republic no. 10, p. 16 (Sept. 6, 2004).


"Rematch." 231 The New Republic no. 14, p. 17 (Oct. 4, 2004).


"Supreme Mistake." 231 The New Republic no. 19, p. 18 (Nov. 8, 2004).


"Can Bush Deliver a Conservative Supreme Court?" New York Times, sec. 4, p. 2 (Nov. 14, 2004).


"House Divided." 231 The New Republic no. 20, p. 38 (Nov. 15, 2004).


"How to Judge." 231 The New Republic no. 22/23, p. 18 (Dec. 6, 2004).


"Popular Constitutionalism." New York Times Magazine (12/12/04) at 86.


"Your Blog or Mine?? New York Times Magazine (12/19/04) at 24.


"Quiet Please." 230 The New Republic no. 12, p. 14 (Apr. 5, 2004).


"Divide and Rule." 231 The New Republic no. 4, p. 11 (July 26, 2004).


"Courting Disaster." New York Times Magazine (12/05/04) at 29.


"Social Court: The Justice Who Came to Dinner." New York Times sec. 4, p. 1 (Feb. 1, 2004).


"One Eye on Principle, the Other on the People's Will." New York Times sec. 4, p. 3 (July 4, 2004).


"Lincoln v. Lincoln." 230 The New Republic no. 17, p. 29 (May 10, 2004).


"Naked Terror." New York Times Magazine (01/04/04) at 10.


"Judge Not." 230 The New Republic no. 2, p. 14 (Jan. 26, 2004).


"How to Protect America, and Your Rights." New York Times sec. A, p. 27 (Feb. 6, 2004).


"Nothing to Hide, Nothing to Fear." Newsweek p. 47 (Mar. 8, 2004).


"John Ashcroft's Permanent Campaign." 293 The Atlantic Monthly no. 3, p. 68 (Apr. 1, 2004).


"Yawn." 230 The New Republic no. 16, p. 18 (May 3, 2004).


"Home Front." 230 The New Republic no. 18, p. 14 (May 17, 2004).


"The End of Obscenity." 6 The New Atlantis 75-82 (Summer 2004).


"Magic Words." 229 The New Republic no. 13, p. 16 (Sept. 29, 2003).


"Pursuing Justice: Perils of the Past." New York Times sec. 4, p. 1 (Dec. 21, 2003).


"Immodest Proposal." 229 The New Republic no. 25, p. 19 (Dec. 22, 2003).


"Privacy Pleas - Why the Courts Don't Protect Civil Liberties When it Matters Most. And Congress Does." The New Republic, no. 20, p. 19 (5/26/03).


"Sister Act - The Real Motive Behind Justice Rehnquist's Newfound Feminism." 228 The New Republic, no. 23, p. 14 (6/16/03).


"How to Reignite the Culture Wars." New York Times Magazine (09/07/04) at 48.


"Light Footprint - On Affirmative Action, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor Finally Puts Society's Needs Above Her Own." 229 The New Republic, no. 1-2, p. 16 (7/7-14/03).


"Kennedy Curse - Why the Court's Sodomy Ruling was Worse than Roe." 229 The New Republic, no. 3, p. 15 (7/21/03).


"Worst Choice - There's Almost No Chance Roe will be Overturned, Which is Too Bad. Abortion Rights and the American Polity would be Better Off Without It." 228 The New Republic, no. 7, p. 15 (2/24/03).


"The Nation; The Need to Test Evidence." New York Times (10/13/02), sec. 4, p. 4.


"The Refining of Religious Neutrality." New York Times (6/28/02), sec. A, p. 27.


"Balancing Liberty and Security; Supreme Court's Cases Could Show How It Draws Line Between Nation's Freedom, Safety." 115 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 199, p. 6 (10/14/02).


"Silicon Valley's Spy Game." The New York Times Magazine (4/14/02), p. 46.


"The Difficult Balance Between Liberty and Security." New York Times (10/6/02), sec. 4, p. 13.


"The Year in Ideas: total Information Awareness." The New York Times Magazine (12/15/02) at 128.


"Bush Wins -- So Far; Bush Runs into Checks and Balances in Demanding New Powers." The Washington Post, p. B01, (10/15/02).


"Obstruction of Judges." The New York Times Magazine (8/11/02), p.38.


"Minor Infraction - The Wrong Way to Protect Kids from Porn." 226 The New Republic, no. 21, p. 17 (6/3/02).


"Mouse Trap - How Disney Snookered Justice Rehnquist." 227 The New Republic, no. 18, p. 12 (10/28/02).


"Civil Right - Faced with John Ashcrofts Post-9/11 Assault on Civil Liberties, Democratic Leaders Have Rolled Over. Luckily Dick Armey and Bob Barr Haven't." 227 The New Republic, no. 15, p. 14 (10/21/02).


"And Prime Time for All - When Television Made Soap Operas out of the Supreme Court, Law was the Loser." The New Republic, no. 6-7, p. 25 (8/5-12/02).


"Private Enemy - Why Yaser Hamdi Has the Right to See his Lawyer." 227 The New Republic, no. 2-3, p. 14 (7/8-15/02).


"Security Check - The Right Way to Curb Ashcroft." 227 The New Republic, no. 25, p. 11 (12/16/02).


"Class Action - Why School Vouchers are Constitutional." 226 The New Republic, no. 10, p. 19 (3/18/02).


"Modest Proposal: The Supreme Court's Activist Philosophy--Emphasizing States' Rights, Judicial Supremacy, and Contempt for Congress--May be Difficult to Sustain After September 11. Luckily There's an Alternative: The Judicial Restraint of Justice Stephen Breyer." 226 The New Republic, no. 1, p. 21 (1/14/02).


"Bad Luck: Be Afraid, But Not Very Afraid." 225 The New Republic, no. 19, p. 21 (11/05/02).


"A Room With a View - A Trial by Jury." 225 The New Republic, no. 21, p. 37 (11/19/01).


"Holding Pattern: John Ashcroft's Detentions of Illegal Aliens Trample Sacred American Liberties. But the Courts Won't Stop Him. Are You Listening, Congress?" 225 The New Republic, no. 24, p. 16 (12/10/02).


"The Recount is In, and the Supreme Court Loses." New York Times (7/17/01), sec. A, p. 19.


"A Majority of One." The New York Times Magazine (6/3/01) at 32.


"A Majority of One." The New York Times Magazine (6/3/01), p. 32.


"A Watchful State." The New York Times Magazine (10/7/01), p. 38.


Tapped Out: A Terrorism Bill That's Not About Terrorism." 225 The New Republic, no. 16, p. 12 (10/15/01).


"In Lieu of Manners." The New York Times (2/4/01), p. 46.


"A Victory for Privacy." Wall Street Journal (6/18/01) at A18.


"Without Merit." 224 The New Republic no. 20, p. 20 (5/14/01).


"Federal Offense." 224 The New Republic no. 15/16, p. 24 (4/9-16/01).


"Religious Rights." 224 The New Republic no. 9, p. 16 (2/26/01).


"In Lieu of Manners." The New York Times Magazine (2/4/01) at 46.


"Power to Judge." 224 The New Republic no. 5, p. 16 (1/29/01).


"The Nation; What Price Security? Testing the Resilience of American Values." New York Times (11/18/01), Sec. 4, p. 1.


"Law and Order: Why Curtailing Liberty Won't Make Us Safer." 225 The New Republic, no. 13, p. 17 (10/24/01).


"Freelanced: Why the Court Doesn't Understand Lexis-Nexis." 225 The New Republic, no. 2-3, p. 14 (7/9-16/01).


"Bench Press - How to Tell the Good Bush Judges from the Bad." 224 The New Republic, no. 25, p. 12 (6/18/01).


"Justice O'Connor Sees Herself as Our National Legal Nanny." 114 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 130, p. 6 (7/6/01).


"Legalisms Take the Place of Moral and Political Debate." 114 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 81, p. 6 (3/26/01).


"Chamber Music: Judges Experience the Surveillance State Firsthand." 225 The New Republic, no. 11, p. 21 (10/10/01).


"The Lost Promise of School Integration." New York Times (4/2/00) at 4.1.


"Supreme Court Rediscovers the Atrophied Right to Privacy." 113 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 114, p. 6 (6/13/00).


"Is Nothing Secular?" The New York Times Magazine (1/30/00) at 40.


"Disgrace." 223 The New Republic no. 26, p. 18 (12/25/00).


"Hyperactive: Conservative Justices Move Toward Confrontation with Congress." 222 The New Republic no. 4, p. 20 (1/31/00).


"Judge Not: The U.S. Supreme Court Shouldn't have Agreed to Hear the Florida Recount Case. But it Can Still Rescue its Dignity." 223 The New Republic no. 24, p. 16 (12/11/00).


"Talk is Cheap: Supreme Court and Campaign Finance Reform." 222 The New Republic no. 7, p. 20 (2/14/00).


"Misjudge: Why the Recount Must Not Go to the U.S. Supreme Court." 223 The New Republic no. 22, p. 19 (11/27/00).


"My Child, Mine to Protect, [Op-Ed]." New York Times (6/7/00) at A31.


"The Next Court." New York Times Magazine (10/22/00) at 74.


"Right to Remain Silent: Debate on Attempt to Overturn Miranda Decision." 222 The New Republic no. 18, p. 18 (5/1/00).


"Here's Looking at You: Does the Court Understand Privacy?" 223 The New Republic no. 16, p. 24 (10/16/00).


"My Child, Mine to Protect." New York Times (6/7/00), sec. A, p. 31.


"Excessive Force: R. Giuliani's Zero Tolerance Policy." 222 The New Republic no. 15, p. 24 (4/10/00).


"Tolerance: When Good Policing Goes Bad." The Washington Post (4/23/00) at B03.


"Pride and Prejudice: Arrogance of Supreme Court Justices." 223 The New Republic no. 2-3, p. 16 (7/10-17/00).


"The Eroded Self." The New York Times Magazine (4/30/00) at 46.


"Fall of Private Man: Sexual Harassment - A Solution." 222 The New Republic no. 24, p. 22 (6/12/00).


"Pro-Choice: R. Giuliani's Adultery Scandal and the Senate Race." 222 The New Republic no. 22, p. 23 (5/29/00).


"Florida's Justices Went Too Far, [Op-Ed]." New York Times (11/23/00) at A43.


"The Next Court." The New York Times Magazine (10/22/00), p. 74.


"Florida's Justices Went Too Far." New York Times (11/23/00), sec. A, p. 43.


"Is Nothing Secular?" The New York Times Magazine (1/30/00), p. 40.


"Ideas & Trends: Bus Stop: The Lost Promise of School Integration." New York Times (4/2/00), sec. 4, p. 1.


"Supreme Court Rediscovers the Atrophied Right to Privacy." 113 L.A. Daily Journal no. 114, p. 6 (6/13/00).


"The Eroded Self." The New York Times Magazine (4/30/00), p. 46.


"Sex Harassment in School." 132 New York Times Upfront no. 1, p. 37 (9/6/99).


"Score Another One for the Behavior Police." New York Times (5/31/99), sec. 4, p. 19.


"Indecent Exposure: Privacy Issues Before the Supreme Court." 221 The New Republic no. 19, p. 24 (11/8/99).


"The Age of Mixed Results." 220 The New Republic no. 26, p. 43 (6/28/99).


"Ruling Adds to Confusion about Sexual Expression and Privacy." 112 L.A. Daily Journal no. 117, p. 6 (6/18/99).


"Steele Trap." 220 The New Republic no. 17/18, p. 44 (4/26/99).


"Material Girl: The Central Question for the Senate." 220 The New Republic no. 6, p. 20 (2/8/99).


"Rehnquist's Choice: How Will the Chief Justice Preside over the President's Trial?" The New Yorker (1/11/99).


"Sideshow: Supreme Court to Hear Illinois and Wisconsin Partial-Birth Abortion Cases." 221 The New Republic no. 22, p. 6 (11/29/99).


"Score Another One for the Behavior Police: Supreme Court Decision Concerning Student-to-Student Sexual Harrassment." New York Times (5/31/99) at A13.


"Ruling Adds to Confusion About Sexual Expression and Privacy." 112 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 117, p. 6 (6/18/99).


"Shameless: Why Censure is Constitutional." 219 The New Republic no. 22, p. 20 (11/30/98).


"Call the Whole Thing Off: George Gershwin, Of Thee I Sing, and Kenneth Starr." 219 The New Republic no. 16, p. 50 (10/19/98).


"Jurisprurience: Graphic Sexual Evidence, Jury Behavior, and President Clinton's Amendments to the Federal Rules of Evidence." The New Yorker (9/29/98).


"Stop, in the Name of the Law: Impeachment Proceedings and Acquittal of M. Espy." New York Times (12/6/98) at 19.


"As Investigation Heats Up, President Left Out in the Cold." 144 Chicago Daily Law Bulletin no. 149, p. 5 (7/31/98).


"Low Crimes and Misdemeanors: Is Kenneth Starr Really a Rogue or Just Part of a Trend." The New Yorker (11/16/98).


"In Defense of Gender-Blindness: A Practical and Philosophical Proposal for Sexual Harassment Law." 218 The New Republic no. 26, p. 25 (6/29/98).


"Is Nothing Private?: The Right to Protect our Most Intimate Secrets is being Chipped Away." The New Yorker (6/1/98).


"Underprivileged: Why Clinton Deserves Executive Privilege." 218 The New Republic no. 15, p. 14 (4/13/98).


"I Pry: Paula Jones and the End of Privacy." 218 The New Republic no. 11, p. 17 (3/16/98).


"The End of Privacy: How Bill Clinton Lost the Right to be Left Alone." 218 The New Republic no. 7, p. 21 (2/16/98).


"Real Scandal is that a Brutally Flawed Statute Could Topple a President." 111 L.A. Daily Journal no. 22, p. 6 (2/3/98).


"Damage Control: The Unintended Consequences of Proposition 209 have Forced Some of its Stauncher Supporters to Reconsider." The New Yorker (2/23/98 & 3/2/98).


"America in Thick and Thin: Exclusion, Discrimination and the Making of Americans." 218 The New Republic no. 1-2, p. 29 (1/5/98 & 1/12/98).


"The Perjury Trap: Are All Lies Equal?" The New Yorker (8/10/98).


"Stop, in the Name of the Law." New York Times (12/6/98), sec. 4, p. 19.


"A Constitutional Crisis: Kenneth Starr's Case Against Himself." 219 The New Republic no. 14, p. 20 (10/5/98).


"Starr Crossed: The Highly Questionable Independent Counsel." 219 The New Republic no. 24, p. 15 (12/14/98).


"When Reckless Laws Team Up." New York Times (1/25/98), sec. 4, p. 15.


"How to Isolate a President." New York Times (7/30/98), sec. A, p. 21.


"Real Scandal is that a Brutally Flawed Statute Could Topple a President." 111 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 22, p. 6 (2/3/98).


"Dual Sovereigns: Who Shall Rule--Congress or the Court?" 217 The New Republic no. 4, p. 16 (7/28/97).


"Nine Votes for Judicial Restraint." New York Times (6/29/97), sec. 4, p. 15.


"Passing the Buckley: A Proposal for Campaign Finance Reform." The New Republic, p. 4 (10/27/97).


"Exposed: Paula Jones and the Enfeebled Presidency." 216 The New Republic no. 24, p. 14 (6/16/97).


"Zoned Out: Can the Government Stop Cyberporn?" 216 The New Republic no. 13, p. 15 (3/31/97).


"Impeach Gore: But Not Another Independent Counsel." The New Republic, p. 4 (10/6/97).


"Anti-Antidisestablishmentarianism: Why RFRA is Unconstitutional." 216 The New Republic no. 8, p. 10 (2/24/97).


"The Social Police: Obeying the Law Because You'd be Embarrassed Not To. The New Chicago School of Social Norms." The New Yorker (10/20/97 & 10/27/97).


"One Bite at the Apple: Why Paula Jones has no Case." 216 The New Republic no. 5, p. 14 (2/3/97).


"Lee's Way: Bill Lann Lee and Civil Rights." The New Republic, p. 6 (12/1/97).


"Men Behaving Badly: The Oncale Case and the Incoherence of Sexual Harassment Law." 217 The New Republic no. 26, p. 20 (12/29/97).


"Kenneth Starr, Trapped." The New York Times Magazine (6/1/97), p. 42.


"The New Look of Liberalism on the Court." The New York Times Magazine (10/5/97), p. 60.


"One Angry Woman: Why are Hung Juries on the Rise?" The New Yorker (2/24/97 & 3/3/97).


"Courts' Stare Indecisis; Judges Should Not Protect Preference Issues Citizens Have Rejected." 109 The Los Angeles Daily Journal no. 241, p. 6 (12/12/96).


"Sorting Out O'Connor's Contortions on Voting Rights Act." 109 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 130, p. 6 (7/5/96).


"Justice O'Connor's Voting Rights Jurisprudence." 214 The New Republic no. 2, p. 6 (7/8/96).


"Southern Comfort: The Voting Rights Mess." The New Republic, p. 4 (1/8/96 & 1/15/96).


"Single-Sex Schools and Double Standards." New York Times (7/3/96), sec. A, p. 23.


"Sex Games: The Constitutionality of the California Civil Rights Initiative." 215 The New Republic no. 16, p. 6 (10/14/96).


"Stare Indecisis: Harry Blackmun v. CCRI." 215 The New Republic no. 26, p. 14 (12/23/96).


"Hillary's Vacuum." The New Republic, p. 42 (2/5/96).


"Like Race, Like Gender?: Separate but Equal at VMI." 214 The New Republic no. 8, p. 21 (2/19/96).


"Just a Quirk: Buchanan's Judicial Mess." 214 The New Republic no. 12, p. 16 (3/18/96).


"Happy Days." 215 The New Republic no. 20, p. 27 (11/11/96).


"Moving On: In His Latest Incarnation, Justice Clarence Thomas Takes his Text from Booker T. Washington." The New Yorker (4/29/96 & 5/6/96).


"Bench Marked: Judge-Bashing, Dole Style." 214 The New Republic no. 22, p. 12 (5/27/96).


"What Right to Die?: Profiles in Judicial Overkill." 214 The New Republic no. 26, p. 28 (1996).


"The Agonizer: A Profile of Justice Anthony Kennedy." The New Yorker (11/11/96).


"The End of Obscenity: The Unconstitutionality of the Communications Decency Act." 215 The New Republic no. 3-4, p. 6 (7/15/96 & 7/22/96).


"The Day the Quotas Died: Affirmative Action's Posthumous Life." 214 The New Republic no. 17, p. 21 (4/22/96).


"Make Up Our Mind, Justice O'Connor." New York Times (12/26/95), sec. A, p. 21.


"Fed Up: The Lopez Decision and Federalism." 212 The New Republic no. 21, p. 13 (5/22/95).


"Map Makers: Courts Set Impossible Task for States: 'Race-Neutral' Districts." 108 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 248, p. 6 (12/27/95).


"Mediocrity on the Bench." New York Times (3/17/95), sec. A, p. 29.


"Dancing Days: The Adarand v. Penal Oral Argument." 212 The New Republic no. 7, p. 18 (2/13/95).


"Storytelling: Yale Law School Conference on Narratology." 212 The New Republic no. 11, p. 46 (3/13/95).


"Clinton's Federal Judges: Diverse but Mediocre." 108 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 61, p. 6 (3/31/95).


"Affirmative Action: A Solution: Neither Color-Blindness Nor Quota-Mongering." 212 The New Republic no. 19, p. 20 (5/8/95).


"The War on Immigrants: Why the Court Can't Save Us." 212 The New Republic no. 5, p. 5 (1/30/95).


"Terminated: The Supreme Court and Term Limits." 212 The New Republic no. 24, p. 12 (6/12/95).


"The Color-Blind Court: A New Era; Political, Not Judicial." 213 The New Republic no. 5, p. 19 (7/31/95).


"Grover." 213 The New Republic no. 15, p. 42 (10/9/95).


"Disoriented: Romer v. Evans and the Tribe Brief." 213 The New Republic no. 17, p. 24 (10/23/95).


"Big Church: Welfare Reform and Religious Liberty." 213 The New Republic no. 24, p. 6 (12/11/95).


"Search and Seizure: Should the Fourth Amendment be Reconceived?" 212 The New Republic no. 13, p. 12 (3/27/95).


"Assessing the Choice of Breyer: Clinton has Depoliticized High Court." 107 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 104, p. 6 (6/1/94).


"Breyer Restraint: Pragmatic Nominee Could Rescue High Court from Both Extremes." 107 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 132, p. 6 (7/12/94).


"Affirmative Action Unravels: The Justice Department's Racial Logic." 107 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 194, p. 6 (10/10/94).


"Dwindling Peremptories; Ruling Fails to Resolve Questions about Gender Bias." 107 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 90, p. 6 (5/11/94).


"Sex and the Citadel: Separating Men and Women Isn't Inherently Unequal." 107 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 31, p. 6 (2/15/94).


"Village People: Kiryas Joel and Religious Gerrymandering." 210 The New Republic no. 15, p. 11 (4/11/94).


"Sentimental Journey: The Emotional Jurisprudence of Harry Blackmun." 210 The New Republic no. 18 (5/2/94).


"Chilliest Testosterone: Washington Diarist." 211 The New Republic no. 6, p. 42 (8/8/94).


"Comment on the Bell Curve." The New Republic, p. 14 (10/31/94).


"Breyer Restraint: Is Clinton's Court Pick Too Good to be True?" 211 The New Republic no. 1, p. 36 (7/4/94).


"Crime Bill Follies: Our Guide to the Clinton Plan." 210 The New Republic no. 12, p. 22 (3/21/94).


"Oversexed: The J.E.B. Decision on Gender-Based Peremptory Challenges." 210 The New Republic no. 20, p. 12 (5/16/94).


"Is Affirmative Action Doomed? How the Law is Unraveling." 211 The New Republic no. 16, p. 25 (10/17/94).


"For Arnold." 210 The New Republic no. 18, p. 16 (5/2/94).


"Citizens: Wasjhington Diary." 211 The New Republic no. 21, p. 42 (11/21/94).


"Overqualified: On Judge Posner." 210 The New Republic no. 14, p. 42 (4/4/94).


"The Trials of Janet Reno." Vanity Fair (March, 1994).


"Boys and Girls: The Citadel Case and Separate but Equal Military Academies." The New Republic, p. 14 (2/14/94).


"Coming to Terms: The Supreme Court and the Term Limits Case." 211 The New Republic no. 24, p. 28 (12/12/94).


"Even Stephen: On Breyer." 210 The New Republic no. 23, p. 11 (6/6/94).


"Fast-Food Justice." New York Times (11/16/93), sec. A, p. 27.


"Lemon Law: Court Watch; U.S. Supreme Court and the Establishment of the Religion Claus." 208 The New Republic no. 13, p. 17 (3/29/93).


"Reasonable Women: Beyond the Jurisprudence of Difference." 106 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 222, p. 6 (11/4/93).


"Gerrymandered: How Justice O'Connor Imperiled Voting Rights." 106 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 215, p. 6 (10/26/93).


"Punishing 'Bad' Thoughts: Rehnquist Ignores Hate Crime Law's Impact on Speech." 106 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 134, p. 6 (7/1/93).


"The Self-Righteous Justice; Scalia Stands on Principle -- Until His Passions Lead Him Astray." 106 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 34, p. 6 (2/19/93).


"Juggling 'Lemon': Justices Can Restore Order to Religion Clauses by Adopting Neutrality Test." 106 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 69, p. 6 (3/31/93).


"Handicapping Several Possible Nominees." 106 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 99, p. 6 (5/12/93).


"Inside the High Court: Justices Spend Little Time Debating the Constitution." 106 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 128, p. 6 (6/23/93).


"The Non-Rescue of Habeas Corpus: Compromise on Reform Bill Panders to Those Who Would Cripple It." 106 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 202, p. 6 (10/7/93).


"Ambivalent About Aliens; The Zoe Baird Flap Illuminated Hypocrisy in the Law." 106 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 25, p. 6 (2/5/93).


"Culture Camp: Washington Diarist." 209 The New Republic no. 3-4, p. 45 (7/19/93).


"Good Help: Race, Immigration and Nannies." 208 The New Republic no. 7, p. 12 (2/15/93).


"Poetic Justice: The Education of David Souter." 208 The New Republic no. 10, p. 25 (3/8/93).


"The Next Justice: How Not to Replace Bryon White." 208 The New Republic no. 15, p. 21 (4/12/93).


"Cuomo Vadis: The Jurisprudence of Mario." 208 The New Republic no. 17, p. 14 (1993).


"The List; Next U.S. Supreme Court Justice." 208 The New Republic no. 19, p. 12 (5/10/93).


"Court Marshall; Court Watch - Justice Thurgood Marhall's Archives." 208 The New Republic no. 25, p. 14 (6/21/93).


"Danny and Zoe: Ms. Baird and Mr. Quayle. 208 The New Republic no. 5, p. 28 (2/1/95)


"Bad Thoughts: Court Watch - U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Upholding Wisconsin Hate Crimes Law." 209 The New Republic no. 1, p. 15 (7/5/93).


"The Leader fo the Opposition: The Tortuous Jurisprudence of Antonin Scalia." 208 The New Republic no. 3, p. 20 (1/18/93).


"The Book of Ruth: Judge Ginsburg's Feminist Challenge; Ruth Bader Ginsburg." 209 The New Republic no. 5, p. 19 (8/2/93).


"Life's Dominion: An Exchange." 209 The New Republic no. 19, p. 43 (9/6/93),


"Bad Noose: The Non-Rescue on Habeus Corpus." 209 The New Republic no. 14, p. 13 (10/4/93).


"Gerrymandered; Court Watch - Voting Rights Act and All-Minority Voting Districts." 209 The New Republic no. 17, p. 12 (10/25/93).


"Reasonable Women; Court Watch; 'Hostile Work Environment' Sexual Harassment Litigation." 209 The New Republic no. 18, p. 12 (11/1/93).


"Sodom and Demurrer: Should Courts Deliver Gay Civil Rights?" 209 The New Republic no. 22, p. 16 (11/29/93).


"Ornamental Farms; Monticello Diarist - Thomas Jefferson's Aesthetics." 209 The New Republic no. 24, p. 50 (12/13/93).


"Banking on Bruce? Bruse Babbitt - Possible U.S. Supreme Court Nominee." 208 The New Republic no. 26, p. 14 (6/28/93).


"The Real Clarence Thomas; An Erratic Conservative Activist in Strict Constructionist's Clothing." 105 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 182, p. 6 (10/17/92).


"Jurymandering: A Case against Peremptory Challenges." 207 The New Republic no. 23, p. 15 (11/30/92).


"Sweet Mystery; Washington Diarist - Haitian Refuge Case; Kennedy-Warren Building Architecture. 207 The New Republic no. 20, p. 50 (11/9/92).


"Blood Ritual; Santeria Animal-Sacifices Religious Freedom case." 207 The New Republic no. .19, p. 9 (11/2/92).


"Court Test: Clinton's Opportunity; Bill Clinton's Prospective U.S. Supreme Court Nominations." 207 The New Republic no. 14, p. 15 (9/28/92).


"In Search of a Color-Blind Jury: Peremptory Challenges are Constitutionally Offensive." 105 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 231, p. 6 (11/25/92).


"Right to Slaughter? High Court Faces New Test on Religious Freedom." 105 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 210, p. 6 (10/27/92).


"President Clinton's Court: He Could Usher in Inspiring New Vision, or He Could Botch the Chance." 105 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 191, p. 6 (10/30/92).


"Never Mind: Reassessing Justice Thomas." 207 The New Republic no. 13, p. 18 (9/12/92).


"Hate Mail - A Campus Report." 204 The New Republic no. 7, p. 19 (2/18/91).


"Altered States: Liberals and Forgotten Constitutions; Legal Impact of State Constitutional Law on Abortion Rights." 205 The New Republic no. 1, p. 19 (7/1/91).


"Thomas's Promise: Liberals Should Think Again; Judge Clarence Thomas and Natural Law Theory." 205 The New Republic no. 11, p. 18 (9/9/91).


"Salvaging Privacy: State Constitutions are Safest Refuge for Individual Rights." The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 139, p. 6 (7/12/91).


"Trying to Talk About Racism at Yale Law School." 104 The Los Angeles Daily Journal, no. 64, p. 6 (3/29/91).


"'Miller' Time: America's Obscenity Text Lacks Serious Value." 203 The New Republic no. 14, p. 17 (10/1/90).


"Naturally right: How to Scout out Souter." 203 The New Republic no. 13, p. 20 (9/24/90).