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VIII. Law Review and Legal Periodical Issues

Alexander, Janet Cooper, TM, 44 Stan. L. Rev. 1231 (1992).

Archer, Dennis W., Sr., and Joseph C. Marshall, A Hero in More Ways Than One; A Tribute to Thurgood Marshall, A.B.A. J., June 1992, at 118.

Austin, Regina, “Write On, Brother” and the Revolution Next Time: Justice Marshall's Challenge to Black Scholars, 6 Harv. Blackletter J. 79 (1989).

Barker, Lucius J., Thurgood Marshall, The Law, and the System: Tenets of An Enduring Legacy, 44 Stan. L. Rev. 1237 (1992).

Barrett, David A., et al., The Judge, 6 Black L. J. 145 (1978).

Bastress, Robert M., and Franklin D. Cleckley, Tribute to a Champion: Thurgood Marshall, 94 W. Va. L. Rev. (1991).

Bazelon, David L., Humanizing the Criminal Process: Some Decisions of Mr. Justice Marshall, 6 Black L. J. 3 (1978).

Bell, Derrick A., An Epistolary Exploration for A Thurgood Marshall Biography, [6 Harv. Blackletter J. 51] (1989).

Bell, Richard, Comment, Thurgood Marshall, The NAACP and the Demise of the “Separate But Equal Theory”, 4 T. Marshall L. Rev. 289 (1977).

Belton, Robert, Justice Thurgood Marshall and the Sociology of Affirmative Action, 6 Harv. Blackletter J. 102 (1989).

Bland, Randall Walton, Justice Thurgood Marshall: An Analysis of His First Years on the Court, 1967-1971, 4 N.C. Cent. L. J. 183 (1973).

Bloch, Susan Low, Foreword, Thurgood Marshall: Courageous Advocate, Compassionate Judge, 80 GEO. L. J. 2003 (1992).

Bohm, R. M., et al., Knowledge and Death Penalty Opinion: A Test of the Marshall Hypotheses, 28 J. Res. Crime Delinq. 360 (1991).

Bolick, Clint and Nancie George, Abandoning Government by Constitution: The Legacy of William Brennan and Thurgood Marshall, 2 Cogitations L. & Gov't. 1 (1984).

Branton, Wiley A., Personal Memories of Thurgood Marshall, 40 Ark. L. Rev. 665 (1987).

__________, A Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 1983 Ann. Surv. Am. L. xvii (1984).

Brennan, William J., Jr., Justice Thurgood Marshall: Advocate for Human Need in American Jurisprudence, 40 Md. L. Rev. 390 (1981).

__________, Justice Thurgood Marshall: Defender of Libertarian Dignity Protected Through Law, 6 The Reporter 8 (1984).

__________, A Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 105 Harv. L. Rev. 23 (1991).

__________, Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 40 Ark. L. Rev. 661 (1987).

Brown, Ronald H., Keeping the Marshall Legacy Alive, 35 How. L. J. 53 (1991).

Burger, Warren E., Introduction: Mr. Justice Thurgood Marshall, 6 Black L. J. 1 (1978).

__________, Mr. Justice Marshall, 13 Harv. C.R.-C.L.L. Rev. 232 (1978).

__________, Tribute to the Honorable Thurgood Marshall, 44 Stan. L. Rev. 1227 (1992).

Burns, Cynthia, The Fading of the Brown Objective: A Historical Perspective of the Marshall Legacy in Education, 35 How. L. J. 95 (Fall 1991).

Carter, Robert L., Justice Marshall: Some Private Reflections, 6 Black L. J. 12 (1978).

__________, A Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 105 Harv. L. Rev . 33 (1991).

Carter, Stephen L., The Confirmation Mess, Revisited, 84 Nw. U. L. Rev. 962 (1990).

__________, Living Without the Judge, 101 Yale L. J. 1 (1991).

__________, Thurgood Marshall, 26 Val. U. L. Rev. xxxv (1991).

Chambers, Julius L., Thurgood Marshall's Legacy, 44 Stan. L. Rev. 1249 (1992).

Chambers, Marcia, Marshall's Speeches Part of His Legacy, Nat'l L. J., Sept. 16, 1991, at 13.

Cohen, Stephen B., Thurgood Marshall: Tax Lawyer, 80 Geo. L. J. 2011 (1992)

Coleman, William T., Jr., Mr. Justice Thurgood Marshall: A Substantial Architect of the United States Constitution for Our Times, 101 Yale L. J. 7 (1991).

__________, A Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 105 Harv. L. Rev. 42 (1991).

Cooper, Charles J., A Note on Justice Marshall and Stare Decisis, 1992 Pub. Int. L. Rev. 95.

Dadisman, M., Thurgood Marshall: A Tribute, 18 Hum. Rights 29 (Summer 1991).

D'Alemberte, Talbot, A Justice for All-Reflecting on Thurgood Marshall Contribution to America, A.B.A. J., June 1992, at 8.

Daniels, William J., Non Occides: Thurgood Marshall and the Death Penalty, 4 T. Marshall L. Rev. 243 (1977).

__________, Thurgood Marshall and the Administration of Criminal Justice: An Analysis of Dissenting Opinions, 6 Black L. J. 43 (1980).

Darbyshire, Glen M., Clerking for Justice Marshall, A.B.A. J., Sept. 1991, at 48.

Davenport, Ronald R., The Second Justice Marshall, 7 Duq. L. Rev. 44 (1968).

Dedication to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 1983 Ann. Surv. Am. L. vii (1984).

Diamond, Raymond T., No Call to Glory: Thurgood Marshall's Thesis On the Intent of a Pro-Slavery Constitution, 42 Vand. L. Rev. 93 (1989).

Douglass, Lewis L., In Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, N.Y.U. L. J., Jan. 29, 1993, at 2.

Drinkard, Jim, Thurgood Marshall: Lifetime Civil Rights Champion, Daily L. Bull., Jan. 25, 1993, at 1.

Dripps, Donald A., Thurgood Marshall for Petitioners, 27 Trial 23 (Sept. 1991).

Fisher, William W., III, The Jurisprudence of Justice Marshall, 6 Harv. Blackletter J. 131 (1989).

Fiss, Owen, Freedom and Feminism, 80 Geo. L. J. 2041(1992).

__________, A Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 105 Harv. L. Rev. 49 (1991).

__________, A Vision of the Constitution, 13 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 243 (1978); 40 Md. L. Rev. 401 (1981).

Foreword: A Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 6 Harv. Blackletter J. 1 (1989).

Futrell, J. William, Thurgood Marshall, Environmental Lawyer 8 Envtl. F. 40 (Sept.-Oct. 1991).

Galie, Peter J., and Lawrence P. Galie, State Constitutional Guarantees and Supreme Court Reuiew: Justice Marshall's Proposal in Oregon v. Hass, 82 Dick. L. Rev. 273 (1978).

Gewirtz, Paul, Thurgood Marshall, 101 Yale L. J. 13 (1991).

Gibson, Eddie, Comment, Thurgood Marshall, The NAACP and the Gradual Erosion of the “Separate But Equal” Theory in Education, 4 T. Marshall L. Rev. 271 (1977).

Goldberg, Stephanie B., The Long-Distance Runner; A Roundtable on America's First Black Justice, A.B.A. J., June 1992, at 70.

Gormley, Ken, A Mentor's Legacy: Charles Hamilton Houston, Thurgood Marshall and the Civil Rights Movement, A.B.A. J., June 1992, at 62.

Green, Bruce, “Power, Not Reason” Justice Marshall's Valedictory and the Fourth Amendment in the Supreme Court's 1990 Term, 70 N.C. L. Rev. 373 (1992).

Greene, Linda S., The Confirmation of Thurgood Marshall to the United States Supreme Court, 6 Harv. Blackletter J. 27 (1989).

Hanna, Tassie and Robert Laurence, Justice Thurgood Marshall and the Problem of Indian Treaty Abrogation, 40 Ark. L. Rev. 797 (1987).

Harper, Conrad, The Overthrow of Monroe v. Pape: A Chapter in the Legacy of Thurgood Marshall, 61 Fordham L. Rev. 39 (1992).

Hayes, William K., Thurgood Marshall: Rampart Against Racism, 2 Black L. J. 240 (1972).

Hazard, Geoffrey C., Jr., Justice Marshall in the Medium of Civil Procedure: Portrait of a Master, 80 Geo. L. J. 2063 (1992).

Hengstler, Gary A., Justice Thurgood Marshall: Looking Back-Reflections on A Life Well-Spent, A.B.A. J., June 1992, at 57.

__________, Marshalling His Views: Justice's Controversial Comments Break 20-Year Silence. A.B.A. J., Mar. 1, 1988, at 34.

Higginbotham, A. Leon, Jr., A Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 105 Harv. L. Rev. 55 (1991).

Hill, Oliver W., A Classmate's Recollections of Thurgood Marshall in the Earlier Years, 35 How. L. J. 49 (Fall 1991).

Hocker, William C., The Honorable Thurgood Marshall: The Road to Justice, 5 Nat'l Bar Assoc. Mag. 20 (1991).

Hollingsworth, P. A., Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 40 Ark. L. Rev .671 (1987).

Hooks, Benjamin L., The Disintegration of the Marshall Legacy, 35 How. L. J. 1 (Fall 1991).

Hoptman, Virginia W., Principled Justice: A Personal Reflection on Justice Marshall, 27 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. REV. 1 (1992).

Jackson, Jesse L., Justice Thurgood Marshall: The Struggle Personified, 35 How. L. J. 73 (Fall 1991).

Kaplan, Benjamin, On Justice Marshall, 30 Harv. L. Sch. Bull. 12 (1979).

Karst, Kenneth L., Justice Marshall and the First Amendment, 6 Black L. J. 26 (1978).

Kaufman, Irving R., Thurgood Marshall: A Tribute From a Former Colleague, 6 Black L. J. 23 (1978).

Kennedy, Anthony M., The Voice of Thurgood Marshall, 44 Stan. L. Rev. 1221 (1992).

Kennedy, Randall, Doing What You Can With What You Have: The Greatness of Justice Marshall, 80 Geo. L. J. 2081 (1992); 47 Record 233 (1992).

__________, and Martha Minow, Thurgood Marshall and Procedural Law: Lawyer's Lawyer, Judge's Judge, 6 Harv. Blackletter J. 95 (1989).

Kenyatta, Muhammad I., Equality's Advocate: Professor Kenyatta on Thurgood Marshall, U. Buff. L. F., Fall 1991, at 12.

Kornstein, Daniel J., Thurgood Marshall: A Warrior for Civil Rights, N.Y.U. L. J., July 25, 1985, AT 2.

Kramer, Victor H., The Road to City of Berkeley: The Antitrust Position of Justice Thurgood Marshall, 32 Antitrust Bull. 335 (1987).

Laurence, Robert, Thurgood Marshall's Indian Law Opinions, 27 How. L. J. 3 (1984).

Levy, Martin L., The Supreme Court in Retreat: Wealth Discrimination and Mr. Justice Marshall, 4 T. Marshall L. Rev. 209 (1977).

Luney, Percy R., Jr., Thurgood Marshall as Solicitor General: An Opportunity to Fulfill a Dream, 6 Harv. Blackletter J. 18 (1989)

Lunsman, Lisa A., Justice Thurgood Marshall: A Retrospective, 23 U. West L.A. L. Rev . lxiv (1992).

Maclin, Tracey, Justice Thurgood Marshall: Taking the Fourth Amendment Seriously, 77 Cornell L. Rev. 723 (1992).

McLaughlin, Gerald T., Thoughts on Justice Marshall, N.Y.U. L. J., Feb. 1, 1993, at 2.

McMillian, Theodore, Reflections Upon the Retirement of Justice Marshall, 35 How. L. J. 3 (Fall 1991).

Marcus, Maria, Learning Together: Justice Marshall's Desegregation Opinions, 61 Fordham L. Rev. 69 (1992).

Mauro, Tony, Marshall Is Missing-And Will Be Missed, Legal Times, Oct. 14, 1991, at 6.

__________, Thankfully, Marshall's Stories Can Be Told, Legal Times, Feb. 1, 1993, at 8.

Minow, Martha, A Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 105 Harv. L. Rev. 66 (1991).

__________, Choices and Constraints: For Justice Marshall, 80 Geo. L. J. 2093 (1992).

Moore, Luke C. and Thelma Wyatt Cummings, Justice Thurgood Marshall and His Legacy: A Living Legend's Unceasing Commitment to Justice and Equality, 35 How. L. J. 37 (Fall 1991).

Moran, Terence, Let Us Now Praise Thurgood Marshall.... Nat'l L. J., Aug. 29, 1991, at 67.

Montemayor, Charles, Comment, Justice Marshall's Liberal Interpretation of the Constitution, 4 T. Marshall L. Rev. 297 (1977).

Motley, Constance Baker, The Historical Setting of Brown and Its Impact on the Supreme Court's Decision, 61 Fordham L. Rev. 9 (1992).

__________, I Remember the Tumultuous Years and Thurgood Marshall, 13 Harv.. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 237 (1978).

__________, My Personal Debt to Thurgood Marshall, 101 Yale L. J. 19 (1991).

__________, Standing on His Shoulders: Thurgood Marshall's Early Career, 6 Harv. Blackletter J. 9 (1989) and reprinted in 35 How. L. J. 23 (Fall 1991).

__________, Thurgood Marshall: A Personal Tribute, 26 Val. U. L. Rev. xxvii (1991).

__________, A Tribute to Thurgood Marshall, 1983 Ann Surv. Am. L. xx (1984).

O'Connor, Sandra Day, Thurgood Marshall: The Influence of a Raconteur, 44 Stan. L. Rev. 1217 (1992).

__________, Thurgood Marshall's Legacy: His Stories Changed the Way His Colleagues Saw the World, L.A. Daily J., Feb. 3, 1993, at 6.

Ogletree, Charles J., Justice Thurgood Marshall's Criminal Justice Jurisprudence: “The Right Thing to Do, the Right Time to Do It, the Right Man and the Right Place, 6 Harv. Blackletter J. 111 (1989).

Pollak, Louis H., Mr. Justice Marshall, 13 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 241 (1978).

__________, Thurgood Marshall: Lawyer and Justice, 40 Md. L. Rev. 405 (1981).

__________, Will Marshall's Younger Son, 1983 Ann. Surv. Am. L. xxiii (1984).

Powell, Lewis F., Jr., Dedication to the Honorable Thurgood Marshall, 2 Seton Hall Const. L. J. 539 (1992).

__________, Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 44 Stan. L. Rev. 1229 (1992).

Redlich, Norman, Thurgood Marshall: A Remembrance, 1983 Ann. Surv. Am. L. xiv (1984).

Rehnquist, William H., Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 44 Stan. L. Rev . 1213 (1992).

Rhode, Deborah L., Letting the Law Catch Up, 44 Stan. L. Rev 1259 (1992).

Ripple, Kenneth F., Thurgood Marshall and the Forgotten Legacy of Brown v. Board of Education, 55 Notre Dame L. Rev. 471 (1980).

Robinson, Spottswood W., III, Justice Marshall-A Tribute, 4 T. Marshall L. Rev . 177 (1977).

__________, Thurgood Marshall-The Lawyer, 13 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 234 (1978).

Rodriguez, Rene, Comment, Thurgood Marshall's Role During the White Primary Era, 4 T. Marshall L. Rev. 261 (1977).

Rowan, Carl, Justice Marshall: Candor on Court, Meese, Life. Times , Dec. 14, 1987, at 8.

Sandler, Paul, Thurgood Marshall: Advocate On the Bench, Res Ipsa Loquitur , Fall 1967, at 16.

Snow, Charlotte, Thurgood Marshall: A Better Angel, 19 Hum. Rts. 26 (Summer 1992).

Stone, Geoffrey R., Marshall: He's the Frustrated Conscience of the High Court, Nat'l L. J., Feb. 18, 1980, at 24.

Strasser, Fred, Recalling a Champion of Rights, Nat'l L. J., July 8, 1991, at 30.

Sullivan, Kathleen M., The Candor of Justice Marshall, 6 Harv. Blackletter J. 83 (1989).

Sunstein, Cass R., On Marshall's Conception of Equality, 44 Stan. L. Rev. 1267 (1992).

Taylor, Stuart, Jr., Glimpses of the Least Pretentious of Men, Legal Times, Feb. 8, 1993, at 35.

Tushnet, Mark, Epitaph For An Uncommon Man, H, Feb. 1, 1993, at 29.

__________, Lawyer Thurgood Marshall, 44 H 1277 (1992).

__________, Mr. Justice Marshall: A Tribute, 6 Black L. J. 142 (1978).

__________, The Principled Dissenter, A.B.A. J., June 15, 1986, at 29.

__________, Thurgood Marshall and the Brethren, 80 Geo. L. J. 2109 (1992).

__________, Thurgood Marshall and the Rule of Law, 35 How. L. J. 7 (Fall 1991).

__________, Thurgood Marshall as Lawyer: The Campaign Against School Desegregation, 1945-1950, 40 Md. L. Rev. 411 (1981).

__________, Thurgood Marshall: The Inner-Directed Personality, 26 Val. U. L. Rev . xxxi (1991).

Wallach, Aleta, Musings On Motherhood, Marshall, Molecules: A Passage Through the Heart of Maternal Darkness From God's Creation to Man's, 6 Black L. J. 88 (1978).

Weinberg, Jonathan, Thurgood Marshall and the Administrative State, 38 Wayne L. Rev. 115 (1991).

West, D.A., A Tribute to Thurgood Marshall (President's Page), 44 Stan. L. Rev . 1209 (1992).

White, Byron R., A Tribute to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 44 Stan. L. Rev. 1215 (1992).

White, Edward L., III, Another Look at Our Founding Fathers and Their Product: A Response to Justice Thurgood Marshall, 4 Dame L. J. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 73 (Spring 1989).

Wilder, Lawrence Douglas, The Marshall Legacy: Tributes as Post Mortem? Not Yet!, 35 How. L J. 69 (Fall 1991).

Wilkins, David B., Justice as Narrative: Some Personal Reflections on A Master Storyteller, 6 Harv. Blackletter J. 68 (1989).

Williams, Karen Hastie, Humanizing the Legal Process: The Legacy of Thurgood Marshall, 6 Harv. Blackletter J. 90 (1989).

Wilson, Margaret Bush and Diane Ridley, A New Birth of Liberty; The Role of Thurgood Marshall's Civil Rights Contribution, 6 Black L. J. 67 (1978).

Winn, Karen A., Justice Marshall and Equal Protection Review: A Spectrum of Standards?, 64 Wash. U. L. Q. 1251 (1986).

Winter, Ralph K., Remarks [in Tribute to Thurgood Marshall from the Second Circuit], 141 F.RD. 573 (1992).

__________, TM's Legacy, 101 Yale L. J. 25 (1991).

 

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