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From:Duke Law Journal (Vol. 70, Issue 6) Peer-ReviewedABSTRACT Federal law permanently prohibits anyone who has been convicted of a felony from possessing a firearm. Keeping lethal weapons out of the hands of those who pose a risk to public safety is no doubt a worthy...
From:Duke Law Journal (Vol. 70, Issue 6) Peer-ReviewedABSTRACT The sociological literature on domestic abuse shows that it is more complex than a series of physical assaults. Abusers use "coercive control" to subjugate their partners through a web of threats, humiliation,...
From:Duke Law Journal (Vol. 70, Issue 6) Peer-ReviewedABSTRACT Constitutional law often splits society into two realms: public and private. A person's constitutional rights and obligations depend on her classification into one of these realms. Almost all constitutional...
From:Duke Law Journal (Vol. 70, Issue 6) Peer-ReviewedABSTRACT Ay presidents make ever more expansive claims of executive power, Congress's ability and willingness to counter the executive is often limited. That makes all the more significant instances when Congress does...
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