VOLUME 107 FIRST IMPRESSIONS
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Senator John McCain and Natural Born Citizenship: The Full Symposium

Senator John McCain, the current Republican Party nominee for President, was born in the Panama Canal Zone in 1936. The circumstances of his birth raise the question of whether he is a "natural born citizen" as required by Article II, section 1 of the Constitution. The symposium contributors explore both the substance of this issue and the methods used to resolve it.

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Why Senator John McCain Cannot be President: Eleven Months and a Hundred Yards Short of Citizenship

Gabriel J. Chin
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Originalism and the Natural Born Citizen Clause

Lawrence B. Solum
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The Justiciability of Eligibility: May Courts Decide Who Can Be President?

Daniel P. Tokaji
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McCain’s Citizenship and Constitutional Method

Peter J. Spiro
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Why John McCain Was a Citizen at Birth

Stephen E. Sachs
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The Environmental Agenda for the Next Administration: The Full Symposium

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A Climate Agenda for the New President

Lisa Heinzerling
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Energy Efficiency and Federalism

Ann E. Carlson
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A U.S.-China Partnership to Protect Our Climate

Thomas P. Lyon
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Sustainable Watersheds

Jonathan Z. Cannon
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A Renewed Role for Conservation in Environmental Policy

Amie Medley
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America’s Next Move: The United States’ Domestic and International Policies on Global Warming After the Kyoto Protocol

Joshua Van der Ploeg
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Liability for Exercising Personal Belief Exemptions from Vaccination: The Full Symposium

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Choices Should Have Consequences: Failure to Vaccinate, Harm to Others, and Civil Liability

Douglas S. Diekema
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Parents Should Not be Legally Liable for Refusing to Vaccinate their Children

Jay Gordon
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Unintended Consequences: The Primacy of Public Trust in Vaccination

Jason L. Schwartz
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Challenging Personal Belief Immunization Exemptions: Considering Legal Responses

Alexandra Stewart
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Gambling with the Health of Others

Stephen P. Teret & Jon S. Vernick
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The Problem of Vaccination Noncompliance: Public Health Goals and the Limitations of Tort Law

Daniel B. Rubin & Sophie Kasimow
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