Volume 136 Issue 7 May 2023

LGBTQ Rights Note

Romer Has It

A quick scan of LGBTQ-rights victories from the last two decades paints an indisputable picture of progress, a triumphant string of Supreme Court decisions that neatly illustrates the maxim that “the arc of the moral universe…
Due Process Note

Dialectal Due Process

The principle of the arbitrariness of the sign is not doubted by anyone, but it is often easier to discover a truth than to assign it its rightful place. This principle dominates all of linguistics — its consequences…
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