Volume 60, No. 4, Summer 2012

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW SYMPOSIUM:
CONSTITUTIONALISM AND THE POOR

Foreword: Constitutionalism and the Poor
Mark S. Kende

SYMPOSIUM ARTICLES

Dandridge v. Williams Redux: A Look Back from the Twenty-First Century
Peter Edelman

Poverty in Liberalism: A Comment on the Constitutional Essentials
Frank I. Michelman

Whither the Canaries: On the Exclusion of Poor People from Equal Constitutional Protection
Julie A. Nice

Constitutionalism and the Extreme Poor: Neo-Dred Scott and the Contemporary “Discrete and Insular Minorities”
John A Powell

Occupy Pennsylvania Avenue: How the Government’s Unconstitutional Actions Hurt the 99%
Llya Shapiro & Carl G. DeNigris

SYMPOSIUM REMARKS

The Iowa Judiciary, Funding, and the Poor
Honorable Mark S. Cady

IOWA CONSTITUTIONAL LECTURE SERIES

A Pioneer’s Constitution: How Iowa’s Constitutional History Uniquely Shapes Our Pioneering Tradition in Recognizing Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
Honorable Mark S. Cady

NOTES

Adding Insult to Injury: How the Cashen Protocol Fails to Properly Balance Competing Constitutional Interests of Iowans
Caroline K. Bettis

Choosing not to Choose: A Legislative Solution for Working Adults Who Wish to be Successful Employeesand Successful Caregivers
Stephanie J. Eifler