Posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on October 01, 1998 at 19:26:28:
In Reply to: Dan Meador's letter to Paul Mitchell, 10/1/98 16:21:38 posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on October 01, 1998 at 18:30:12:
The bibliography to which Dan Meador referred
Amar, Akhil 1985 A Neo-Federalist View of Article III:
Separating the Two Tiers of Federal Jurisdiction.
Boston University Law Review 65:205-272
Bator, Paul M. 1982 Congressional Power over the
Jurisdiction of Federal Courts. Villanova Law Review
Clinton, Robert L. 1984 A Mandatory View of Federal
Court Jurisdiction: A Guided Quest for the Original
Understanding. University of Pennsylvania Law Reviw,
Eisenberg, Theodore 1974 Congressional Authority
to Restrict Lower Federal Court Jurisdiction.
Yale Law Journal 83:498-533.
Gunther, Gerald. 1984 Congressional Power to Curtail
Federal Court Jurisdiction: An Opinionated Guide to the
Ongoing Debate. Stanford Law Review 36:895-922.
Hart, Henry M., Jr. 1953 The Power of Congress to Limit
the Jurisdiction of Federal Courts: An Exercise in Dialectic.
Harvard Law Review 66:1362-1402.
Redish, Martin H. and Woods, Curtis E. 1975
Congressional Power to Control the Jurisdiction of
Lower Federal Courts: A Critical Review and a
New Synthesis. University of Pennsylvania Law
Sager, Lawrence Gene 1981 Forward: Constitutional
Limitations on Congress' Authority to Regulate the
Jurisdiction of the Federal Courts. Harvard Law Review
Tribe, Laurence H. 1981 Jurisdictional Gerrymandering:
Zoning Disfavored Rights Out of the Federal Courts.
Harvard Civil Rights -- Civil Rights Law Review 16:129-156.
Wechsler, Herbert 1965 The Courts and the Constitution.
Columbia Law Review 65:1001-1014.
[Source: Encyclopedia of the American Constitution,
New York: Macmillan Publishing Company (1992),
Supplement I, page 287, topic: "Jurisdiction, Federal,
by Lawrence G. Sager"]
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