Issue:

 Volume 321998Number 1 

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Table of Contents

SYMPOSIUM
Symposium: National Power and State Autonomy: Calibrating the New "New Federalism" Cynthia A. Baker
Jonathan D. Mattingly
1
Intoductory Remarks: Enumerated and Research Powers: The "Perpetually Arising Question" James W. Torke
3
Listening to the "Sounds of Sovereignty" But Missing the Beat: Does the New Federalism Really Matter? Ronald J. Krotonzyski Jr.
11
Sounds of Sovereignty: Defining Federalism in the 1990s John C. Yoo
27
Whose Federalism? S. Elizabeth Wilborn Malloy
45
Federal Power to Commandeer State Courts: Implication for the Theory of Judicial Federalism Martin H. Redish
Steven Sklaver
71
Printz and Testa: The Infrastructure of Federal Supremacy Vicki C. Jackson
111
Discovering the Impact of the "New Federalism" on State Policy Makers: A State Attorney General's Perspective Jeffrey A. Modisett
141
Congressional Federalism and the Judicial Power: Horizontal and Vertical Tension Merge W. William Hodes
155
The Powers of Congress Under Section 5 of the Fourteenth Amendment After City of Boerne v. Flores Ronald D. Rotunda
163
A Comment on Congressional Enforcement Saikrishna Prakash
193
BOOK REVIEW
The Illusion Nature of Environmental Protection Protection in a Marxist-Socialist Polity: The Case of Poland Michael N. Kelly
213
NOTES
Court-Appointed Expert Panels: A Comparison of Two Models Karen Butler Reisinger
225
Jaffe v. Redmond: The Supreme Court's Dramatic Shift Supports the Recognition of a Federal Parent-Child Privilege Nissa M. Ricafort
259