Frederick Schauer

Commensurability and Its Constitutional Consequences

PUBLISHER
Hastings Law Journal
DATE
1994
 

Citation

Frederick Schauer, Commensurability and Its Constitutional Consequences, 45 Hastings Law Journal 785–812 (1994).
 

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