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Volume 94, Number 4 – July 2014

CONTENTS

SYMPOSIA

A SYMPOSIUM ON RONALD DWORKIN’S RELIGION WITHOUT GOD

Introduction to the Symposium on Ronald Dworkin’s Religion Without God
James E. Fleming
Page 1201

Religion Without God by Ronald Dworkin – Review
Jeremy Waldron
Page 1207

The Challenge of Belief
Stephen L. Carter
Page 1213

“A Troublesome Right”: The “Law” in Dworkin’s Treatment of Law and Religion
Paul Horwitz
Page 1225

Ronald Dworkin, Religion, and Neutrality
Andrew Koppelman
Page 1241

Dworkin’s Freedom of Religion Without God
Cécile Laborde
Page 1255

Can Religion Without God Lead to Religious Liberty Without Conflict?
Linda C. McClain
Page 1273

Religion, Equality, and Public Reason
Micah Schwartzman
Page 1321

Is God Irrelevant?
Steven D. Smith
Page 1339

UTOPIA AS DYSTOPIA?: A SYMPOSIUM ON SOTIRIOS A. BARBER’S THE FALLACIES OF STATES’ RIGHTS AND MICHAEL S. GREVE’S THE UPSIDE-DOWN CONSTITUTION

Editors’ Foreword
Page 1357

Fallacies of Fallacies
Michael S. Greve
Page 1359

Right Side Up the Ex Ante Heuristic: A Reply to Michael Greve
Sotirios A. Barber
Page 1383

Professed Values, Constructive Interpretation, and Political History: Comments on Sotirios Barber, The Fallacies of States’ Rights
David Lyons
Page 1395

Competitive Federalism: Five Clarifying Questions
Larry Yackle
Page 1403

NOTES

The Endless Battleground: California’s Continued Opposition to the Supreme Court’s Federal Arbitration Act Jurisprudence
Lyra Haas
Page 1419

Fixing Fourteenth Amendment Enforcement Power: An Argument for a Rebuttable Presumption in Favor of Congressional Abrogation of State Sovereign Immunity
Y. Frank Ren
Page 1459