April 2010 Vol. 108 No. 6 THE REVIEW
ARTICLES

Foreword: The Future of Books Related to the Law?

Eugene Volokh

People have been reading books for over 500 years, in more or less the same format. Book technology has changed in some measure during that time. Fonts have become more readable. Books have become more affordable. Still, the general form of the book has remained much the same.

But the arrival of e-readers, such as the Kindle 2 and the Sony eBook, offers the possibility of a major change. First, people may shift to reading existing books on those e-readers. Second, the shift may lead them to change the way they use books, for instance by letting people have many reference works at their fingertips. Third, the shift may change the content of books. And, fourth, the shift may change who publishes books, and sometimes which books are published.

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Aldous Huxley's Brave New World—Still a Chilling Vision After All These Years

Bob Barr
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A Review of Richard A. Posner, How Judges Think (2008)

Jeffrey S. Sutton
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Rationalism in Regulation

Christopher C. DeMuth & Douglas H. Ginsburg
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Nudge, Choice Architecture, and Libertarian Paternalism

Pierre Schlag
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Misunderstanding Lawyers' Ethics

Monroe H. Freedman & Abbe Smith
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The Vitality of the American Sovereign

Todd E. Pettys
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Leaps and Bounds

Nestor M. Davidson
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Can Criminal Law Be Controlled?

Darryl K. Brown
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Why Care About Mass Incarceration?

James Forman, Jr.
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A Planet by Any Other Name . . .

Kimberly Kessler Ferzan
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Our Not-So-Great Depression

Craig Green
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The Price of Conflict: War, Taxes, and the Politics of Fiscal Citizenship

Ajay K. Mehrotra
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A Portrait of the Internet as a Young Man

Ann Bartow
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Visionary Pragmatism and the Value of Privacy in the Twenty-First Century

Danielle Keats Citron & Leslie Meltzer Henry
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& Other Current Events

Crawford v. Washington: A Ten Year Retrospective

No one disputes the significance of Crawford v. Washington, 541 U.S. 36 (2004), which fundamentally transformed Confrontation...

Come Back to the Boat, Justice Breyer!

I want to get Justice Breyer back on the right side of Confrontation Clause issues. In 1999, in Lilly...

Crawford v. Washington: The Next Ten Years

Imagine a world . . . in which the Supreme Court got it right the first time. That is,...

The Crawford Debacle

First a toast-to my colleague Jeff Fisher and his Crawford compatriot, Richard Friedman, on the...

Confrontation and the Re-Privatization of Domestic Violence

When the Supreme Court transformed the right of confrontation in Crawford v. Washington, the prosecution...
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