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  1. Weimar: A Jurisprudence of Crisis.Arthur Jacobson & Bernhard Schlink (eds.) - 2001 - University of California Press.
    This selection of the major works of constitutional theory during the Weimar period reflects the reactions of legal scholars to a state in permanent crisis, a society in which all bets were off. Yet the Weimar Republic's brief experiment in constitutionalism laid the groundwork for the postwar Federal Republic, and today its lessons can be of use to states throughout the world. Weimar legal theory is a key to understanding the experience of nations turning from traditional, religious, or command-and-control forms (...)
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    Readings in Semantics.Farhang Zabeeh, E. D. Klemke & Arthur Jacobson - 1976 - Foundations of Language 14 (4):621-624.
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  3. Democratic Participation and the Legal Structure of the Economy of Firms.Arthur Jacobson - 1983 - Social Research: An International Quarterly 50.
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    Spinoza Now.Christopher Norris, Alain Badiou, Simon Duffy, Justin Clemens, Michael Mack, Arthur Jacobson & Warren Montag - 2011 - Univ of Minnesota Press.
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    Readings in Semantics. Edited by Farhang Zabeeh, E.D. Klemke, and Arthur Jacobson. --.Farhang Zabeeh, Arthur Jacobson & E. D. Klemke - 1974 - Urbana, IL, USA: University of Illinois Press.
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    The Game of the Laws.Arthur J. Jacobson - 1999 - Political Theory 27 (6):769-788.
  7. The Longest Night: Polemics and Perspectives on Election 2000.Arthur Jacobson & Michel Rosenfeld (eds.) - 2002 - University of California Press.
    The American presidential election of 2000 was perhaps the most remarkable, and in many ways the most unsettling, that the country has yet experienced. The millennial election raised fundamental questions not only about American democracy, but also about the nation's constitution and about the legitimate role of American courts, state and federal, and in particular about the United States Supreme Court. _The Longest Night _presents a lively and informed reaction to the legal aftermath of the election by the most prominent (...)
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