Volume 48, No. 3, 2000

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW SYMPOSIUM

A Symposium Précis

Thomas E. Baker

Keeping the Constitution Inside the Schoolhouse Gate:
Student’s Rights Thirty Years After
Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District

Nadine Strossen

Behind the Scenes in Iowa’s Greatest Case:
What Isn’t in the Official Record of
Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District

John W. Johnson

The Tinker Case: Reflections Thirty Years Later

Edgal Bittle

Tale of Three Wars: Tinker in Constitutional Context

Akhil Reed Amar

What the Pigeons Have Done to My Statue

Dan L. Johnston

Students Do Leave Their First Amendment Rights at the Schoolhouse Gates:
What’s Left of
Tinker?

Erwin Chemerinksy

Tinker and the Lessons from the Slippery Slope

Kay S. Hymowitz

NOTES

The Demise of Affirmative Action and the Effect on Higher Education Admissions:
A Chilling Effect or Much Ado About Nothing?

Jennifer C. Brooks

Beyond the Schoolhouse Gates:
Do Students Shed Their Constitutional Rights When Communicating to a Cyber-Audience?

Jennifer Kathleen Swartz

Appropriating Public Funds for Private School Instructional Aids and Materials
Developments in Judicial Neutrality Between Church and State

Joel Wiegert