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These articles are representative of one or another aspect of the approach described on the introductory page, as well, of course, as pursuing their own quite different agendas.

Ira Nerkin, A New Deal for the Protection of 14th Amendment Rights: Challenging the Doctrinal Bases of the Civil Rights Cases and State Action Theory, 1 Harvard Civil Rights - Civil Liberties L. Rev. 297 (1977)

Karl Klare, Judicial Deradicalization of the Wagner Act and the Origins of Modern Legal Consciousness, 1937-1941, 62 Minnesota L. Rev. 265 (1978)

Gerald Frug, The City as a Legal Concept, 93 Harvard L. Rev. 1057 (1980)

John Nockleby, Tortious Interference with Contractual Relations in the Nineteenth Century: The Transformation of Property, Contract and Tort, 93 Harvard L. Rev. 1510 (1980)

Kenneth Vandevelde, The New Property of the 19th Century, 29 Buffalo L. Rev. 325 (1980)

Elizabeth Mensch, Freedom of Contract as Ideology (book review), 33 Stanford L. Rev. 753 (1981)

James Kainen, Nineteenth Century Interpretations of the Federal Contract Clause: The Transformation from Vested to Substantive Rights Against the State, 31 Buffalo L. Rev. 381 (1982)

Elizabeth Mensch, The Colonial Origins of Liberal Property Rights, 31 Buffalo L. Rev. 635 (1982)

Kipp Rogers, The Right of Publicity: Resurgence of Legal Formalism and Judicial Disregard of Policy Issues, 16 Beverly Hills Bar Assoc. J. 65 (1982)

Joseph William Singer, The Legal Rights Debate in Analytical Jurisprudence from Bentham to Hohfeld, 6 Wisconsin L. Rev. 975 (1982)

Ellen Kelman, American Labor Law and Legal Formalism: How "Legal Logic" Shaped and Vitiated the Rights of American Workers, 58 St. John's L. rev. 1 (1983)

Frances Olsen, The Family and the Market: A Study of Ideology and Legal Reform, 96 Harvard L. Rev. 1497 (1983)

David Kennedy, Primitive Legal Scholarship, 27 Harvard Int'l L. J. 1 (1986)

Joseph William Singer, Legal Realism Now (book review), 76 California L. Rev. 465 (1988)

Rudolf Peritz, The "Rule of Reason" in Antitrust: Property Logic in Restraint of Competition, 40 Hastings L. Rev. 285 (1989)