Vol. 76, Issue 2, Spring 2009

Articles

Private Takings
Abraham Bell

"Securing" the Nation: Law, Politics, and Organization at the Federal Security Agency, 1939–1953
Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar

Claiming Intellectual Property
Jeanne C. Fromer

Passive Discrimination: When Does It Make Sense to Pay Too Little?
Jonah Gelbach, Jonathan Klick, & Lesley Wexler

The Modernizing Mission of Judicial Review
David Strauss

Comment

Act or Asset? Multiplicitous Indictments under the Bankruptcy Fraud Statute, 18 USC § 152
Nevin M. Gewertz

Book Review

Reasonable Doubt and the History of the Criminal Trial
Thomas P. Gallanis
A Review of "The Origins of Reasonable Doubt: Theological Roots of the Criminal Trial," by James Q. Whitman