Boston University Law Review

Volume 91 Number 4 - July 2011

CONTENTS

SYMPOSIUM

JUSTICE: WHAT'S THE RIGHT THING TO DO? A PUBLIC LECTURE AND SYMPOSIUM ON MICHAEL J. SANDEL'S RECENT BOOK

Editors' Foreword
Page 1301

DISTINGUISHED LECTURE

Justice: What's the Right Thing To Do?
Michael J. Sandel
Page 1303

PANELIST PAPERS

Respecting Freedom and Cultivating Virtues in Justifying Constitutional Rights
Linda C. McClain & James E. Fleming
Page 1311

Sandel on Religion in the Public Square
Hugh Baxter
Page 1339

Truth, Justice, and the Libertarian Way(s)
Gary Lawson
Page 1347

The Virtues of Common Ownership
Anna di Robilant
Page 1359

Michael J. Sandel’s Justice: What’s the Right Thing To Do?: A Response of Moral Reasoning in Kind, With Analysis of Aristotle and Examples
Judith A. Swanson
Page 1375

Michael Sandel’s Neo-Aristotelianism
David Roochnik
Page 1405

RESPONSE AND COLLOQUY

Response and Colloquy
Michael J. Sandel
Page 1417

ARTICLE

Intermediaries and Hate Speech: Fostering Digital Citizenship for Our Information Age
Danielle Keats Citron & Helen Norton
Page 1435

ESSAYS

A Short History of Sex and Citizenship: The Historians’ Amicus Brief in Flores-Villar v. United States
Kristin A. Collins
Page 1485

Moral Rights: Limited Edition
Lior Zemer
Page 1519

NOTE

All Politics Is Local:  State Preemption and Municipal Sex Offender Residency Restrictions in New York State
Caitlin J. Monjeau
Page 1569