Volume 66, No. 4 (Winter 2009) contains the following articles:
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The National Lawyers Guild has released its third comprehensive report on government violations of First Amendment rights on the one-year anniversary of the G-20 Summit in Pittsburgh. “The Policing of Political Speech” documents how police over-reaction to protected speech has informed unlawful police tactics at National Special Security Events, such as the 2008 Republican National Convention and the 2009 G-20 Summit.
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Volume 66, No. 3 (Fall 2009) contains the following articles:
"Reclaiming the Judiciary: Notes for the Next Supreme Court Nomination" by Zachary Wolfe "Freeing Jane: The Right to Privacy and the World’s Oldest Profession" by Benjamin David Novak "The Radicalism of Legal Positivism" by Brian Leiter "Carlos Alberto Torres—Free, After a Fashion, at Last" by David Gespass Book Review of Freedom for the Thought That We Hate: A Biography of the First Amendment by Nathan Goetting Letter to the Editor by Staughton Lynd
Stories in Volume 35, no. 2/3 include:
Volume 66, No. 1 contains the following articles:
- "Isolation, Sensory Deprivation, and Sensory Overload: History, Research, and Interrogation Policy, from the 1950s to the Present Day," by Jeffrey S. Kaye
- "Reliability, Waterboarded Confessions and Reclaiming the Lessons of Brown v. Mississippi in the Terrorism Cases," by M. Katherine B. Darmer
- "America's Special Path: U.S. Torture in Historical Perspective," by Michael Bryant
- "Book Review of The Torture Memos: Rationalizing the Unthinkable," by Alan Clarke
Volume 65, No. 3 (Fall 2008) contains the following articles:
"Onslaught: Israel's Attack on Gaza and the Rule of Law," by members of the NLG Delegation to Gaza "White Paper on the Legal Issues Implicated in the Most Recent Israeli Attacks on Gaza," by Jeanne Mirer