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Volume 10, Number 1, Winter 2004

ARTICLES

"Writing their Faith into the Laws of the Land:" Jehovah's Witnesses and the Supreme Court's Battle for the Meaning of the Free Exercise Clause, 1939-1945, 1
Patrick J. Flynn

A State's Power to Enter into a Consent Decree that Violates State Law Provisions: What "Findings" of a Federal Violation Are Sufficient to Justify a Consent Decree that Trumps State Law?, 37
David W. Swift

NOTES

The Extension of Disparate Impact Theory to White Men: What the Civil Rights Act of 1991 Plainly Does Not Mean, 55
Kate L. Didech

The Fight for the Right to Fight and the Forgotten Negro Protest Movement: the History of Executive Order 9981 and Its Effect upon Brown v. Board of Education and Beyond, 83
John L. Newby, II