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Finishing a Friendly Argument: The Jury and the Historical Origins of Diversity Jurisdiction
This Article argues that diversity jurisdiction was intended to funnel politically significant litigation into the federal courts principally because federal officials would have the power to dictate the composition of ...
Greater Employment Equalities in the New South Through New Constitutional Guarantees
Most American state constitutions contain equal protection clauses. The words in these clauses often follow the words in the equal protection clause of the federal constitution. Not surprisingly perhaps, many state courts ...