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Articles from Stanford Law Review (April 1, 2004)

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Convictions and doubts: retribution, representation, and the debate over felon disenfranchisement. Karlan, Pamela S. 12355
Domination & dissatisfaction: prosecutors as sentencers. Miller, Marc L. 27349
Introduction to the Symposium. Makanju, Anna Adeola 498
Much respect: toward a hip-hop theory of punishment. Butler, Paul 15968
On lawful lawlessness: George Ryan, executive clemency, and the rhetoric of sparing life. Sarat, Austin; Hussain, Nasser 19371
Punishing hatred and prejudice. Hurd, Heidi M.; Moore, Michael S. 33784
The Constitution and punishment. Chemerinsky, Erwin 14570
The social and moral cost of mass incarceration in African American communities. Roberts, Dorothy E. 16075
Too severe?: a defense of the federal sentencing guidelines (and a critique of federal mandatory minimums). Cassell, Paul G. 14494
Updating the study of punishment. Meares, Tracey L.; Katyal, Neal; Kahan, Dan M. 20087

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