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Lino A. Graglia

  • A. W. Walker Centennial Chair in Law



  • Courting Disaster: The Supreme Court and the Demise of Popular Government (London: University of London, Institute of United States Studies, 1997).
  • The Supreme Court's Busing Decisions: A Study in Government by the Judiciary (Los Angeles: International Institute for Economic Research, 1978).
  • Disaster by Decree: The Supreme Court's Decisions on Race and the Schools (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1976).


  • Tribute to Robert H. Bork, 13 Ave Maria Law Review 1 (2015).
  • Fisher v. University of Texas: Race Preference in University Admissions Survives Another Round, 48 University of San Francisco Law Review 273 (2014).
  • The Supreme Court’s Perversion of the 1964 Civil Rights Act [Symposium: The Federal Leviathan: Is There Any Area of Modern Life to Which Federal Government Power Does Not Extend?], 37 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 103 (2014).
  • Race Based College Admissions a Bad Idea, Austin American-Statesman (October 14, 2012),
  • Race Has No Place in College Admissions, Texas Weekly (October 9, 2012), <>
  • Ricci v. Destefano: Even Whites are a Protected Class in the Roberts Court [Business Law Forum: The Protected-Class Approach to Antidiscrimination Law: Logic, Effects, Reform], 16 Lewis & Clark Law Review 573 (2012).
  • Originalism and the Constitution: Does Originalism Always Provide the Answer? [Symposium: Originalism 2.0: The Twenty-Ninth Annual Federalist Society Nation Student Symposium on Land and Public Policy--2010], 34 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 73 (2011). View Article
  • Birthright Citizenship for Children of Illegal Aliens: An Irrational Public Policy, 14 Texas Review of Law & Politics 1 (2009).
  • Have More Faith in Democracy, Austin-American Statesman, September 4, 2008. <>
  • Solving the Parents Involved Paradox [Symposium: Brown Undone?: The Future of Integration in Seattle After PICS v. Seattle School District No. 1], 31 Seattle University Law Review 911 (2008).
  • Government Promotion of Moral Issues: Gambling, Smoking, and Advertising [Symposium: Law and Morality: The Twenty-Sixth Annual National Federalist Society Student Symposium on Law and Public Policy--2007], 31 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 69 (2008).
  • Lopez, Morrison, and Raich: Federalism in the Rehnquist Court, 31 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 761 (2008).
  • Leegin Creative Leather Products, Inc. v. PSKS, Inc.: The Strange Career of the Law of Resale Price Maintenance [Symposium: A Continuing Symposium on Antitrust and the Roberts Court], 53 The Antitrust Bulletin 803 (2008).
  • Altering 14th Amendment Would Curb Court's Activist Tendencies, Austin American-Statesman, July 10, 2005, at H1.
  • Rule of Law: Our Constitution Faces Death by "Due Process", Wall Street Journal, May 24, 2005, at A12.
  • Triumph to Tragedy on Race, The American Enterprise, July/Aug. 2004, at 8.
  • The Top 10 Percent Law Beats Affirmative Action, Austin American-Statesman, July 1, 2004, at A15.
  • Brown vs. Board: Opposing Views, Columbia Law School Report, Summer 2004, at 26 (with Jack Greenberg).
  • Grutter and Gratz: Race Preferences to Increase Racial Representation Held "Patently Unconstitutional" Unless Done Subtly Enough in the Name of Pursuing "Diversity", 78 Tulane Law Review 2037 (2004).
  • Lawrence v. Texas: Our Philosopher-Kings Adopt Libertarianism as Our Official National Philosophy and Reject Traditional Morality as a Basis for Law, 65 Ohio State Law Journal 1139 (2004).
  • Fraud by the Supreme Court: Racial Discrimination by a State Institution of Higher Education Upheld on "Diversity" Grounds, 36 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal 57 (2004).
  • The Perils of Defending Racial Preferences, Daily Texan, Oct. 28, 2003, at 4.
  • Has the Supreme Court Gone Too Far? [Symposium], Commentary, Oct. 2003, at 34.
  • Winks, Nods--and Preferences, Wall Street Journal, June 25, 2003, at A12.
  • Give the Decision Back to Congress, American Enterprise, Apr./May 2003, at 27.
  • Why Race Preferences in Admissions Aren't the Answer, Chronicle of Higher Education, Mar. 7, 2003, at B20.
  • The Myth of a Conservative Supreme Court: The October 2000 Term, 26 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 281 (2003).
  • Rigged Justice in Federal Court, American Enterprise, July/Aug. 2002, at 9.
  • Michigan Race Ruling Debated, United Press International, May 27, 2002.
  • Judicial Review: Wrong in Principle, A Disaster in Practice, 21 Mississippi College Law Review 243 (2002).
  • "Affirmative Action" is Anti-Democratic, Austin American-Statesman, July 2, 2001, at A11.
  • Single-Sex "Marriage": The Role of the Courts, 2001 Brigham Young University Law Review 1013.
  • Revitalizing Democracy [Symposium: Law and the Political Process], 24 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 165 (2000).
  • Joseph Grano and Judicial Review, 46 Wayne Law Review 1419 (2000).
  • Still Hope for a Society Where Race is Irrelevant, Austin American-Statesman, Dec. 18, 1999, at A15.
  • Just the Beginning Foundation Con-ference: Affirmative Action Panel Discussion, 1 Journal of Law in Society 49 (1999) (with the Hon. Damon J. Keith, the Hon. A. Leon Higginboth-am Jr., Charles Ogletree, David Wilkins, et al.).
  • The Legacy of Justice Brennan: Constitutionalization of the Left-Liberal Political Agenda, 77 Washington University Law Quarterly 183 (1999).
  • Professor Loewy's "Diversity" Defense of Racial Preference: Defining Discrimination Away, 77 North Carolina Law Review 1505 (1999).
  • Transferring Policymaking Power to Judges--The Effect of Judicially Enforceable Constitutional Restraints--Is Not a Defensible Alternative to Majority Rule, 40 William & Mary Law Review 505 (1999).
  • Is Antitrust Obsolete?, 23 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 11 (1999).
  • A Misguided Statement, Austin American-Statesman, Dec. 19, 1998, at A15.
  • Is Affirmative Action on the Way Out? Should It Be? A Symposium, Commentary, Mar. 1998, at 18 (with William J. Bennett et al.). [Reprinted in Affirmative Action 47 (Bryan J. Grapes ed.; San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 2000).
  • City of Boerne v. Flores: An Essay on Invalidation of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, 68 Mississippi Law Journal 675 (1998).
  • The "Affirmative Action" Fraud, 54 Washington University Journal of Urban & Contemporary Law 31 (1998).
  • Constitutional Law: A Ruse for Government by an Intellectual Elite, 14 Georgia State University Law Review 767 (1998).
  • Order in the Court, National Review, Nov. 24, 1997, at 48.
  • Racial Preferences the Source of Campus Problems, Daily Texan, Apr. 18, 1997, at 4.
  • Initiative and Referendum Are Essential Means of Keeping Government Power in the Hands of the People, Vidor Vidorian, Apr. 3, 1997, at 3B.
  • The Burger Court and Economic Rights, 33 Tulsa Law Journal 41 (1997).
  • Romer v. Evans: The People Foiled Again by the Constitution, 68 University of Colorado Law Review 409 (1997).
  • The Triumph and Defeat of the Nondiscrimination Principle, Society, Mar.-Apr. 1996, at 7.
  • Affirmative Action in Admission to Institutions of Higher Education, 27 University of West Los Angeles Law Review 347 (1996).
  • "Affirmative Action," Past, Present, and Future, 22 Ohio Northern University Law Review 1207 (1996).
  • Affirmative Action: Today and Tomorrow, 22 Ohio Northern University Law Review 1353 (1996).
  • The Antifederalists and the Federal Judiciary, 28 Arizona State Law Journal 21 (1996).
  • Church of the Lukumi Babalu Aye: Of Animal Sacrifice and Religious Persecution, 85 Georgetown Law Journal 1 (1996).
  • "Hate-Speech" Codes, and "Political Correctness": Fruit of "Affirmative Action", 23 Northern Kentucky Law Review 505 (1996).
  • Hopwood: A Plea to End the "Affirmative Action" Fraud, 2 Texas Forum on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights 105 (1996).
  • It's Not Constitutionalism, It's Judicial Activism, 19 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 293 (1996).
  • Podberesky, Hopwood, and Adarand: Implications for the Future of Race-Based Programs, 16 Northern Illinois University Law Review 287 (1996).
  • United States v. Lopez: Judicial Review Under the Commerce Clause, 74 Texas Law Review 719 (1996).
  • "No More Pressing Need", Human Life Review, Summer 1996, at 37.
  • Affirmative Action Is Racism, The Defender, May/June 1996, at 14.
  • Have Race- and Gender-Conscious Remedies Outlived Their Usefulness? Yes: Reverse Discrimination Serves No One, Law Matters, Spring 1996, at 3.
  • Podberesky, Hopwood and Adarand: Twilight for Race-Based Programs, Texas Lawyer, Sept. 25, 1995, at 26.
  • God and Man in Court, National Review, Aug. 14, 1995, at 27.
  • Does Constitutional Law Exist?, National Review, June 26, 1995, at 31.
  • Resolved: 'Affirmative Action' is Good for Higher Education: Con, Texas Alcalde, May/June 1995, at 19.
  • Restore the Civil Rights Act of 1964: Congress Should Correct the Supreme Court's Egregiously Faulty Interpretations, Los Angeles Times, May 2, 1995, at B7. [Also published in the Austin American-Statesman, May 8, 1995, at A9.]
  • Affirmative Action: Have Race- and Gender-Conscious Remedies Outlived Their Usefulness? Yes: Reverse Discrimination Serves No One, ABA Journal, May 1995, at 40.
  • Jaffa's Quarrel With Bork: Religious Belief Masquerading as Constitutional Argument, 4 Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal 705 (1995).
  • Hopwood v. Texas: Racial Preferences in Higher Education Upheld and Endorsed, 45 Journal of Legal Education 79 (1995).
  • In Texas, a Law School Flunks the Bakke Test, Wall Street Journal, Oct. 12, 1994, at A19.
  • Do Judges Have a Policy-Making Role in the American System of Government?, 17 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 119 (1994).
  • Affirmative Discrimination, National Review, July 5, 1993, at 26.
  • What's To Be Done About Our Institutions of Higher Learning?, Policy Counsel, Fall 1993, at 39.
  • Constitutional Interpretation, 44 Syracuse Law Review 631 (1993).
  • From Federal Union to National Monolith: Mileposts in the Demise of American Federalism, 16 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 129 (1993).
  • Is This A Conservative Court? No, 1993 Public Interest Law Review 147.
  • Of Rights and Choices, National Review, Feb. 17, 1992, at 39.
  • Racial Preferences, Quotas, and the Civil Rights Act of 1991, 41 DePaul Law Review 1117 (1992).
  • "Interpreting" the Constitution: Posner on Bork, 44 Stanford Law Review 1019 (1992).
  • How Should Courts Interpret the Bill of Rights?, 15 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 149 (1992).
  • The Busing Disaster, 2 Kansas Journal of Law & Public Policy 13 (1992).
  • Race Norming in Law School Admissions, 42 Journal of Legal Education 97 (1992).
  • Is There Really a Constitutional Right to Privacy? No: And Don't Say It's Hiding Inside the Ninth Amendment, Philadelphia Inquirer, Dec. 29, 1991, at 7C.
  • Original Intent, Newsday, Dec. 15, 1991, at 47.
  • Killing the Politically Incorrect Messenger, Texas Lawyer, July 22, 1991, at 12.
  • Judicial Review, Democracy, and Federalism, 1991 Detroit College of Law Review 1348.
  • Tribute to Thomas Gibbs Gee, 28 Houston Law Review 737 (1991).
  • One Hundred Years of Antitrust, 104 Public Interest 50 (1991).
  • Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: From Prohibiting to Requiring Racial Discrimination in Employment, 14 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 68 (1991).
  • Perspective: Flag Burning, 53 Texas Bar Journal 812 (1990).
  • Do We Have an Unwritten Constitution?--The Privileges and Immunities Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, 12 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 83 (1989).
  • Response [Symposium: Courts and American Society: a Symposium on the Bicentennial of the Federal Judiciary Act of 1789], 14 Nova Law Review 83 (1989).
  • State Action: Constitutional Phoenix, 67 Washington University Law Quarterly 77 (1989).
  • Judicial Activism: Even on the Right, It's Wrong, Public Interest, Spring 1989, at 57.
  • The Growth of National Judicial Power [Symposium: Courts and American Society: a Symposium on the Bicentennial of the Federal Judiciary Act of 1789], 14 Nova Law Review 53 (1989).
  • Who Killed the Constitution?, Imprimis, May 1988, at 588 [Reprinted in The Constitution, Sept./Oct. 1988, at 27].
  • The "Remedy" Rationale for Requiring or Permitting Otherwise Prohibited Discrimination: How the Court Overcame the Constitution and the 1964 Civil Rights Act, 22 Suffolk University Law Review 569 (1988).
  • The "Open Ended" Clauses of the Constitution, 11 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 87 (1988).
  • On Equal Protection of the Law: The Fraudulent "Remedy" Rationale for "Affirmative Action", 3 Benchmark 253 (1988).
  • Is the Constitution Out of Date? [interview by Paul Reidinger], ABA Journal, Sept. 1987, at 52.
  • A Theory of Power, National Review, July 1987, at 33.
  • Permissible and Impermissible Content-Based Restrictions on Freedom of Speech, 10 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 67 (1987).
  • The Judicial Record of Judge Robert H. Bork: A Constitutional Inquiry, Benchmark, Special Issue, 1987, at 119.
  • "Constitutional Theory": The Attempted Justification for the Supreme Court's Liberal Political Program, 65 Texas Law Review 789 (1987).
  • How the Constitution Disappeared, Commentary, Feb. 1986, at 19. [Reprinted in Interpreting the Constitution: The Debate Over Original Intent (Jack Rakove ed.; Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1990); Readings in American Government and Politics (Randall B. Ripley & Elliot Slotnick eds.; New York: McGraw-Hill, 1989); The U.S. Constitution and the Supreme Court (Steven Anzovin & Janet Podell eds.; New York: H. W. Wilson, 1988); Civil Liberties and Civil Rights Debated (Herbert Levine & Jean Edward Smith eds.; Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1988); Still the Law of the Land?: Essays on Changing Interpretations of the Constitution (Joseph S. McNamara & Lissa Roche eds.; Hillsdale, MI: Hillsdale College Press, 1987); 12 Human Life Review 70 (1986).]
  • Race-Conscious Remedies, 9 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 83 (1986).
  • The Constitution, Community, and Liberty, 9 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 291 (1985).
  • Constitutional Mysticism: The Aspirational Defense of Judicial Review, 92 Harvard Law Review 1331 (1985).
  • Judicial Review on the Basis of "Regime Principles": A Prescription for Government by Judges, 26 South Texas Law Review 435 (1985).
  • Would the Court Get "Procedural Due Process" Cases Right If It Knew What "Liberty" Really Means?, 1 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy 813 (1985).
  • Was the Constitution a Good Idea?, 36 National Review, July 13, 1984, at 34.
  • The Brown Cases Revisited: Where are They Now?, Benchmark, Apr. 1984, at 2.
  • Judicial Activism: Con, 1984 This Constitution 40.
  • The Power of Congress to Limit Supreme Court Jurisdiction, 7 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 1 (1984).
  • A More Perfect Union, Houston Chronicle, Oct. 30, 1983, Sec. 2, at. 27.
  • In Defense of Federalism, 6 Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy 23 (1982).
  • An Imperial Judiciary?, Houston Chronicle, Dec. 21, 1980, Outlook Section, at 15.
  • Reagan and the Supreme Court, Houston Chronicle, Dec. 11, 1980, Outlook Section, at 19.
  • The Austin Busing Decision, Austin American-Statesman, Dec. 7, 1979, at E18.
  • Need and Propriety of a Constitutional Amendment Prohibiting Compulsory Busing for School Racial Integration, 125 Congressional Record E3725 (1979).
  • Judicial Imperialism: The Supreme Court's Abuse of Power in the School Busing Decisions, 30 National Review 892 (1978).
  • Racially Discriminatory Admission to Public Institutions of Higher Education, 9 Southwestern University Law Review 583 (1977). [Reprinted in Ronald K. L. Collins, Constitutional Government in America: Essays and Proceedings from Southwestern University Law Review's First West Coast Conference on Constitutional Law (Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press, 1979).]
  • Antitrust and Small Business, 34 Texas Business Journal 315 (1971).
  • Special Admission of the "Culturally Deprived" to Law School, 119 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 351 (1971). [Reprinted in 3 Black Law Journal 232 (1974).]


  • A Restrained Plea for Judicial Restraint, 29 Constitutional Commentary 211 (2014) (reviewing Cosmic Constitutional Theory: Why Americans are Losing Their Inalienable Right to Self-governance, by J. Harvie Wilkinson III).
  • Do Racial Preferences Cause Rather Than Remedy the Black Academic-Performance Gap?, 80 Texas Law Review 933 (2002) (essay reviewing Losing the Race: Self-Sabotage in Black America, by John H. McWhorter).
  • Profile in Courage, The American Spectator, Nov. 2000, at 88 (reviewing A Personal Odyssey, by Thomas Sowell).
  • Race Policy in Three American Cities, 4 Independent Review 119 (1999) (essay reviewing Someone Else's House, America's Unfinished Struggle for Integration: The Effects of the New Racism, by Tamar Jacoby).
  • Judicial Hubris and the Constitutional Revolution, Telos, Winter 1999, at 181 (reviewing The Warren Court and the Pursuit of Justice, by Morton J. Horowitz).
  • The Racism Obsession, Washington Times, Dec. 9, 1998, at A21 (reviewing The Shadow University: The Betrayal of Liberty on America's Campuses, by Alan Charles Kors & Harvey A. Silvergate).
  • Houses Divided, National Review, Aug. 17, 1998, at 48 (reviewing Someone Else's House: America's Unfinished Struggle for Integration, by Tamar Jacoby).
  • With Friends Like This..., National Review, May 4, 1998, at 52 (reviewing The Dissent of the Governed: A Meditation on Law, Religion, and Loyalty, by Stephen L. Carter).
  • Lessons From the Ludicrous: How Employment Laws Are Destroying the American Workplace, 2 Texas Review of Law & Politics 129 (1997) (reviewing The Excuse Factory: How Employment Law is Paralyzing the American Workplace, by Walter Olson).
  • Myrdal's America, National Review, Mar. 25, 1996, at 57 (reviewing The New Color Line: How Quotas and Privilege Destroy Democracy, by Paul Craig Roberts & Lawrence M. Stratton).
  • Conned Law, Texas Republic, Dec. 1995, at 61 (reviewing Desegregating Schools in Dallas: Four Decades in the Federal Courts, by Glenn M. Linden).
  • A View from the Fence, National Review, Nov. 7, 1994, at 70 (reviewing A Nation Under Lawyers: How the Crisis in the Legal Profession is Transforming American Society, by Mary Ann Glendon).
  • The Constitution in the Supreme Court: The Second Century, 1888-1986, by David Currie, 36 American Journal of Legal History 218 (1992).
  • Democracy and Original Intent, Public Interest, Fall 1989, at 97 (reviewing Original Intent and the Framers' Constitution, by Leonard Williams Levy).
  • Law and Literature: a Misunderstood Relation, by Richard Posner, 2 Academic Questions 79 (1989).
  • And We Are Not Saved: The Elusive Quest for Racial Justice, by Derrick Bell, and Compassion Versus Guilt and Other Essays, by Thomas Sowell, 5 Constitution Commentary 436 (1988).
  • When Honesty is "Simply . . . Impractical" for the Supreme Court: How the Constitution Came to Require Busing for School Racial Balance, 85 Michigan Law Review 1153 (1987) (reviewing Swann's Way: The School Busing Case and the Supreme Court, by Bernard Schwartz).
  • The Burden of Brown, by Raymond Walters, 1 Benchmark 23 (1984).
  • Social Justice in the Liberal State, by Bruce A. Ackerman, American Spectator, May 1981, at 32. [A revised version appears in 96 Political Science Quarterly 592 (1981).]


  • Panel on Originalism and Unenumerated Constitutional Rights, in Originalism: A Quarter-Century of Debate 113 (Steven G. Calabresi ed.; Washington, D.C.: Regnery Publishing, Inc., 2007).
  • Constitutional Law without the Consitution: The Supreme Court's Remaking of America, in A Country I Do Not Recognize: The Legal Assault on American Values 1 (Robert H. Bork ed.; Stanford, Calif.: Hoover Institution Press, 2005).
  • Restrictions on Judicial Election Campaign Speech: Silencing Criticism of Liberal Activism, in Freedom of Speech 148 (Ellen Frankel Paul et al. eds.; Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 2004). [Reprinted in 21 Social Philosophy & Policy 148 (2004).]
  • The Rehnquist Court and Economic Rights, in The Rehnquist Court: A Retrospective 116 (Martin H. Belsky ed.; Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2002).
  • Affirmative Action Promotes Discrimination, in Affirmative Action 47 (Bryan J. Grapes ed.; San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 2000).
  • Economic Rights, in The Burger Court: Counter-Revolution or Confirmation? 147 (Bernard Schwartz ed.; New York: Oxford University Press, 1998).
  • Report of the Memorial Resolution Committee for Albert Pearson Jones to the General Faculty of the University of Texas at Austin (Aug. 31, 1995) (with J. Patrick Hazel & Charles Alan Wright).
  • Affirmative Discrimination, in Campus Wars: Multiculturalism and the Politics of Difference 144 (John Arthur & Amy Shapiro eds.; Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1995).
  • Admissions to Institutions of Higher Education, in The Imperiled Academy 127 (Howard Dickman ed.; New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 1993).
  • The Constitution and "Fundamental Rights," in The Framers and Fundamental Rights 86 (Robert Licht ed.; Lanham, MD: American Enterprise Institute Press, 1991).
  • Judicial Activism of the Right: A Mistaken and Futile Hope, in Liberty, Property, and the Future of Constitutional Development 65 (Ellen Frankel Paul & Howard Dickman eds.; Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1990).
  • Democracy and Technology, in Workshop (on) Can Democracy Survive in a High Theological Society? (Institute for Encounter with Science and Technology; St. Louis: The Institute, 1988).
  • Is The Supreme Court the Ultimate Interpreter of the Constitution? in E Pluribus Unum: Constitutional Principles and the Institutions of Government 200 (Sarah Baumgartner Thurow ed.; Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1988).
  • Our Regal Judiciary, in Debating American Government (Peter Woll ed.; Boston: Little, Brown, 1986).
  • The Fourteenth Amendment and School Busing: Hearings before the Subcommittee on the Constitution of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, 97th Cong., 1st Sess., 136 (1981) (testimony & statement).
  • The Supreme Court and the American Common Market, in Regulation, Federalism, and Interstate Commerce 67 (A. Dan Tarlock ed.; Cambridge, MA: Oelgeschlager, Gunn & Hain, 1981).
  • The Case for Judicial Restraint, in Judicial Activism and Restraint (S. Halpern & C. Lamb eds.; Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1981).
  • Court Ordered School Busing: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Separation of Powers of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, 97th Cong., 1st Sess., 378 (1981) (testimony & statement).
  • Developments in the Law of Race and the Schools Since Brown, in School Desegregation: Past, Present and Future (Joe R. Feagin & Walter G. Stephan eds.; New York: Plenum Press, 1980).
  • Commentator, in The Political Economy of Antitrust (Robert D. Tellison ed.; Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1980).
  • The Nature and Source of Constitutional Law, The Equal Rights Amendment: A Debate, and The Ultimate Source of Legal Authority, in In Honor of Justice Douglas: A Symposium on Individual Freedom and Government (Robert H. Keller Jr. ed.; Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1979).
  • Busing of School Children: Hearings Before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, 95th Cong., 1st Sess., 15 (1977) (testimony & statement).


  • Interview. C-SPAN, Dec. 8, 1986.
  • The Court of Public Opinion. The Constitution and the Supreme Court (Washington DC: Georgetown Law Center, Apr. 20, 1986).
  • Constitutional Interpretation: Original or Contemporary Intent? (Birmingham, AL: Cumberland Law School, 1986).
  • School Desegregation: Does it Work? (PBS Television debate between the National Association for Neighborhood Schools & the U.S. Civil Rights Commission). [Published as a booklet in 1977.]
  • Civil Disobedience on the Campus (Austin: University of Texas Communications Center, 1969) (with Vincent Blasi & George Schatzki).
  • Anti-trust Law, pt.1-2 (Austin: University of Texas Communications Center, 1969) (with James Treece).

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