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John Mukum Mbaku

References ACHEBE, Chinua. There was a Country: A Personal History of Biafra . London, UK: Penguin, 2013. AKPAN, Ntieyong U. The Struggle for Secession, 1966–1970: A Personal Account of the Nigerian Civil War . London, UK: Frank Cass, 2014. ANSAH-KOI, Kumi. The Pan-Africanist Thought of Kwame Nkrumah . Legon, Accra, Ghana: Institute of African Studies, 1985. ARNOT, Raymond H. The Judicial System of the British Colonies. Yale Law Journal , 1907, vol. 16, no. 7, pp. 504–513. ATANGA, Mufor. The Anglophone Cameroon Predicament

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Lukáš Ryšavý

Wirtschaftsschiedsgerichtsbarkeit. Verfahrens- und materiellrechtliche Grundprobleme im Spiegel moderner Schiedsgesetze und Schiedspraxis. Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1992. 692 s. BLACKABY, Nigel, PARTASIDES, Constantine a kol. Redfern and Hunter on international arbitration. 5. vydání. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. 849 s. BURKICZAK, Christian, DOLLINGER, Franz-Wilhelm, SCHORKOPF, Frank. Bundesverfassungsgerichtsgesetz. Heidelberg: C. F. Müller, 2015. 1884 s. DEUTSCHER BUNDESTAG. Drucksache 13/5274 [online]. Dipbt.bundestag. de

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Robert G. Natelson

, another postal historian, adds: Throughout the eighteenth century the Post Office circulated propaganda distributed by Country Deputies [i.e., MPs] … . Propaganda consisted of Proclamations, prayers, and notices usually sent as State’s Franks, and Gazettes, newspapers, and pamphlets, as Newspaper Franks … [W]ith the expansion of the government press in the early eighteenth century, its value greatly increased. Pamphlets, then the best propaganda, were frequently delivered at the office on the government’s orders for free distribution by Country Deputies, Customs and

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Brian Christopher Jones and Austin Sarat

Contemporary Originalist Theory , in, The Challenge Of Originalism: Theories Of Constitutional Interpretation 22-23 (Grant Huscroft & Bradley W. Miller eds. 2011). originalist and textualist interpretative theories, Antonin Scalia & Brian Garner, Reading Law: The Interpretation Of Legal Texts (2012). and was not bashful when confronting others who operated on different interpretations. See Allan, supra note 17. Many U.S. judges have been recognized as leading interpretative theorists, but not all of them sat on the Supreme Court. Jerome Frank, a leader in the legal

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Robert G. Natelson

scruples of Frank Murray, the Democratic Secretary of State, Atlas, supra note 1, at 259. Governor Forrest Anderson, also a Democrat, signed a proclamation of ratification on June 20, 1972. A Proclamation by the Governor of the State of Montana , Jun. 20, 1972, available at https://i2i.org/wp-content/uploads/Anderson-proclam.pdf A fierce argument ensued between Murray and Anderson, J.D. Holmes, Constitution Proclaimed , Great Falls Tribune, Jun. 21, 1972, at 1 (“Because Anderson and Murray had just finished arguing about an interpretation of the June 6 primary

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Deborah J. Anthony

event of divorce along with the dowry. Id . During that same period, the Salian Franks (early Franks first appearing in records in the third century A.D.) originally prohibited women from owning property, but the law was amended by the Edict of Chilperic in the sixth century to allow daughters to inherit if no surviving sons existed. G IES , supra note 3, at 18. The Germanic codes vary when it comes to women. Some were quite restrictive, placing women under the guardianship of their husbands and holding that women could not inherit, own, or administer property

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Ross J. Corbett

1950, the House Select Committee on Lobbying Activities demanded that its secretary, Edward Rumely, produce a list of all the bulk purchasers of his organization’s books. Rumely , 345 U.S. at 42–43. The House committee’s chairman, Frank Buchanan, claimed that Rumely’s organization spent lavishly on lobbying activities but had never disclosed its contributors, so the committee wanted to see whether the Lobbying Act should be amended in case these bulk purchases were actually disguised contributions to lobbyists. 96 C ONG . R EC . 13882 (Aug. 30, 1950) (statement of

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Ewan McGaughey

‘energy exploration’. Employers, who bark ‘you’re fired’, became ‘job creators’. Language becomes, not a contextually sensitive basis for deliberative discourse, See L. Wittgenstein, Philosophical Investigations §43(1953): “the meaning of a word is its use in a language,” and J Habermas, Between Facts and Norms: Contributions to a Discourse Theory of Law and Democracy (W. Rehg. trans., 1996). but in the words of Newt Gingrich ‘A Key Mechanism of Control’. Newt Gingrich, Language: A Key Mechanism of Control (Memo to GOPAC 1996). Frank I. Luntz, Win: The Key

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Bruce M. Owen

-69 (Paul J. Quirk & Sarah A. Binder eds., 2005) (charting the vacillations—and general decline—in the public’s esteem of government institutions over the last century); Confidence in Institutions , G ALLUP , http://www.gallup.com/poll/1597/confidence-institutions.aspx (last visited Oct. 21, 2015) (reporting that, in June 2015, Americans trusted Congress the least among fourteen other institutions, including the police, banks, and television news); Frank Newport, Congress Job Approval Drops to All-Time Low for 2013 , G ALLUP (Dec. 10, 2013), http://www.gallup. com