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- The Good Society
- Penn State University Press
- The "New Property" Theory of Welfare Rights: Promises and Pitfalls Volume 13, Number 2, 2004, pp. 1-9
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This issue contains 13 articles in total
- Response to Bohman, Drexler, and Hames-Garcia
- Disruption and Democracy: Challenges to Consensus and Communication
- Decentering Democracy: Inclusion and Transformation in Complex Societies
- A Rebirth of "We the People"
- A Rightful Place: Expanding the Role of Young People in a Democratic Society
- The Seven Deadly Citizens: Moving From Civic Stereotypes to Well-Rounded Citizenship
- Constitutional Theory Goes to Market
- Constitutional Theory As I Found It
- The State of Constitutional Theory in U.S. Law Schools in the 2000s
- From Roots to Branches and Back: Popular Sovereignty Within Constitutional Theory
- Can Anyone Spare Some Change? Incorporating Development and Change into Constitutional Theory
- The "New Property" Theory of Welfare Rights: Promises and Pitfalls
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