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University of Michigan Law School Faculty Bibliography: Pildes, Richard H. (1988-2000)

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Bibliography

Books

  • The Law of Democracy: Legal Structure of the Political Process. S. Issacharoff and P. S. Karlan, co-authors. University Casebook Series. Westbury, N.Y.: Foundation Press, Inc., 1998. (Also co-authored the 2001 supplement to this edition.)

Books Chapters

  • "Démocrates et technocrates." C. Sunstein, co-author. In Démocratie et Procéduralisation du droit, edited by P. Coppens and J. Lenoble, 205-59. Bibliotheque da la Faculté de droit de l'Université catholique de Louvain, vol. 30. Bruxelles: Bruylant, 2000. (Text translated from the English by J. De Munck and O. De Schutter, Centre de Philosophie du Droit, UCL.)
  • "Electoral Exceptionalism." F. Schauer, co-author. In If Buckley Fell: A First Amendment Blueprint for Regulating Money in Politics, edited by E. J. Rosenkranz, 103-20. New York: The Century Foundation Press, 1999.

Journal Articles

  • "Expressive Theories of Law: A General Restatement." E. Anderson, co-author. U. Pa. L. Rev. 148, no. 5 (2000): 1503-75.
  • "Dworkin's Two Conceptions of Rights." J. Legal Stud. 29, no. 1 (2000): 309-15.
  • "Diffusion of Political Power and the Voting Rights Act (Symposium: Law and the Political Process)." Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 24 , no. 1 (2000): 119-39.
  • "Democracy, Anti-democracy, and the Canon (Symposium: The Canon(s) of Constitutional Law)." Const. Comment. 17, no. 2 (2000): 295-319.
  • "The Theory of Political Competition (Symposium: The Law and Economics of Elections)." Va. L. Rev. 85, no. 8 (1999): 1605-26.
  • "Not by 'Election Law' Alone (Symposium: Election Law as Its Own Field of Content)." S. Issacharoff, co-author. Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 32, no. 4 (1999): 1173-83.
  • "The New Progressives." Boston Rev. 24, no. 2 (1999): 21-2.
  • "Forms of Formalism (Symposium: Formalism Revisited)." U. Chi. L. Rev. 66, no. 3 (1999): 607-21.
  • "Electoral Exceptionalism and the First Amendment (Symposium: Money, Politics, and Equality)." F. Schauer, co-author. Tex. L. Rev. 77, no. 7 (1999): 1803-36. (An earlier version of this paper was published as "Electoral Exceptionalism." F. Schauer, co-author. In If Buckley Fell: A First Amendment Blueprint for Regulating Money in Politics, edited by E. J. Rosenkranz, 103-20. New York: The Century Foundation Press. 1999.)
  • "Why Rights Are Not Trumps: Social Meanings, Expressive Harms, and Constitutionalism (Conference: Social Norms, Social Meaning, and the Economic Analysis of Law)." J. Legal Stud. 27, no. 2 (1998): 725-63.
  • "The Right to Participate." S. Issacharoff and P. S. Karlan, co-authors. Law Quad. Notes 41, no. 1 (1998): 74-5. (This essay is excerpted and adapted from The Law of Democracy: Legal Structure of the Political Process. Westbury, N.Y.: Foundation Press, 1998.)
  • "Politics as Markets: Partisan Lockups of the Democratic Process (Symposium: Law and the Political Process)." S. Issacharoff, co-author. Stan. L. Rev. 50, no. 3 (1998): 643-717.
  • "Focus on Faculty - Richard H. Pildes." Law Quad. Notes 41, no. 3 (1998): 14-5.
  • "Two Conceptions of Rights in Cases Involving Political 'Rights'." Hous. L. Rev. 34, no. 2 (1997): 323-32.
  • "Principled Limitations on Racial and Partisan Redistricting (Symposium: Group Conflict and the Constitution: Race, Sexuality, and Religion)." Yale L.J. 106, no. 8 (1997): 2505-61.
  • "Racial Redistricting Redux." Am. Prospect no. 24 (1996): 15-6.
  • "The Destruction of Social Capital through Law (Symposium: Law, Economics, & Norms)." U. Pa. L. Rev. 144, no. 5 (1996): 2055-77.
  • "All for One." S. Issacharoff, co-author. New Republic 215, no. 21 (1996): 10.
  • "Reinventing the Regulatory State." C. R. Sunstein, co-author. U. Chi. L. Rev. 62, no. 1 (1995): 1-129.
  • "The Question of Race and Voting Rights." Law Quad. Notes 38, no. 3 (1995): 44-7. (This article is based on "The Price of Colorblindness: Facing the Hard Facts About the Voting Rights Act." Wash. Post, 1995, sec. C, p. 1.)
  • "Cumulative Voting in the United States." K. A. Donoghue, co-author. U. Chi. Legal F. 1995 (1995): 241-313. (This paper was presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Geographers Association (1995) and the American Political Science Association (1995).)
  • "Avoiding Balancing: The Role of Exclusionary Reasons in Constitutional Law (Symposium: When Is a Line as Long as a Rock Is Heavy?: Reconciling Public Values and Individual Rights in Constitutional Adjudication)." Hastings L.J. 45, no. 4 (1994): 711-51.
  • "Gimme Five: Non-Gerrymandering Racial Justice." New Republic 208 (1993): 16–7.
  • "Gimme Five!" Nat'l Civic Rev. 82 (1993): 179–82.
  • "Expressive Harms, 'Bizarre Districts,' and Voting Rights: Evaluating Election-District Appearances After Shaw v. Reno." R. G. Niemi, co-author. Mich. L. Rev. 92 (1993): 483–587.
  • "The Unintended Cultural Consequences of Public Policy: A Comment on the Symposium." Mich. L. Rev. 89 ( 1991): 936–78.
  • "Slinging Arrows at Democracy: Social Choice Theory, Value Pluralism, and Democratic Politics." E. S. Anderson, co-author. Colum. L. Rev. 90 (1990): 2121–214.

Reviews

  • "The Politics of Race." Review of Quiet Revolution in the South, by C. Davidson and B. Grofman, editors. Harv. L. Rev. 108, no. 6 (1995): 1359-92.
  • "Conceptions of Value in Legal Thought." Review of Love's Knowledge, by M. C. Nussbaum. Mich. L. Rev. 90 (1992): 1520–59.
  • "An Absolute Faith." Review of Girls Lean Back Everywhere, by E. de Grazia. New York Times Book Review July 26, 1992: 16–7.