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0.25 Nasser Hussain, Beyond Norm and Exception: Guantánamo, Critical Inquiry, 2007.
0.24 John Rawls, The Law of Peoples, Critical Inquiry, 1993.
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0.23 Stephen C. Yeazell, Convention Fiction and Law, New Literary History, 1981.
0.22 Mark Rose, The Author in Court: Pope v Curll (1741), Cultural Critique, 1992.
0.22 Peter Stein, Comment on David Summers's Paper, New Literary History, 1986.
0.22 Jason Frank, "Unauthorized Propositions": "The Federalist Papers" and Constituent Power, Diacritics, 2007.
0.21 Jürgen Habermas Martha Calhoun, Right and Violence: A German Trauma, Cultural Critique, 1985.
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0.19 Calvin Woodard, Reply to Richard Harvey Brown, New Literary History, 1986.
0.19 Teemu Ruskola, Gay Rights versus Queer Theory: What Is Left of Sodomy after Lawrence V Texas?, Social Text, 2005.
0.18 Peter Brooks, Illicit Stories, Diacritics, 1995.
0.18 William Rasch, Judgment: The Emergence of Legal Norms, Cultural Critique, 2004.
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0.17 Scott Michaelsen Scott Cutler Shershow, Does Torture Have a Future?, boundary 2, 2006.
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0.16 Mark Rose, Mothers and Authors: Johnson v Calvert and the New Children of Our Imaginations, Critical Inquiry, 1996.
0.16 Robert Meister, Vigilante Action against Pornography: The Symbolic Destruction of Symbols, Social Text, 1985.
0.16 , World Charter for Prostitutes' Rights: International Committee for Prostitutes' Rights February 1985 Amsterdam, Social Text, 1993.
0.15 Loren Glass, Redeeming Value: Obscenity and Anglo‐American Modernism, Critical Inquiry, 2006.
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0.15 David Saunders Ian Hunter, Lessons from the 'Literatory': How to Historicise Authorship, Critical Inquiry, 1991.
0.15 Richard Harvey Brown, From Legalism to Delegitimation: Nineteenth-Century Solutions and Twentieth-Century Crises in Law and Social Change: A Commentary, New Literary History, 1986.
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0.14 Ann Pellegrini, Interested Third Parties: A Response to Tania Modleski, Critical Inquiry, 2000.
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0.13 Dieter Paul Polloczek, The Marginal the Equitable and the Unparalleled: Lady Dedlock's Case in Dickens's "Bleak House", New Literary History, 1999.
0.13 Deborah R. Grayson, Mediating Intimacy: Black Surrogate Mothers and the Law, Critical Inquiry, 1998.
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0.13 Susan Buck-Morss, Sovereign Right and the Global Left, Cultural Critique, 2008.
0.13 Peter Fenves, Marital Martial Maritime Law: Toward Some Controversial Passages in Kant's "Doctrine of Right", Diacritics, 2005.
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0.13 Mahmood Mamdani, Amnesty or Impunity? A Preliminary Critique of the Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa (TRC), Diacritics, 2002.
0.12 Nayan Shah, Policing Privacy Migrants and the Limits of Freedom, Social Text, 2005.
0.12 Priscilla Wald, What's in a Cell?: John Moore's Spleen and the Language of Bioslavery, New Literary History, 2005.
0.12 Ronald P. Sokol, The Political Trial: Courtroom as Stage History as Critic, New Literary History, 1971.
0.12 Alicia Schmidt Camacho, Hailing the Twelve Million: US Immigration Policy Deportation and the Imaginary of Lawful Violence, Social Text, 2010.
0.11 Steven Miller Sara Guyer, Introduction: Literature and the Right to Marriage, Diacritics, 2005.
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0.11 Michael Warner, The Res Publica of Letters, boundary 2, 1990.
0.11 William Rasch, Human Rights as Geopolitics: Carl Schmitt and the Legal Form of American Supremacy, Cultural Critique, 2003.
0.11 Tracy McNulty, The Commandment against the Law: Writing and Divine Justice in Walter Benjamin's "Critique of Violence", Diacritics, 2007.
0.11 Jesús Rodríguez-Velasco, Theorizing the Language of Law, Diacritics, 2006.
0.11 Peter Goodrich, Distrust Quotations in Latin, Critical Inquiry, 2003.
0.11 Stanley Fish, Working on the Chain Gang: Interpretation in the Law and in Literary Criticism, Critical Inquiry, 1982.
0.11 Ronald Dworkin, Law as Interpretation, Critical Inquiry, 1982.
0.11 Kirk Wetters, The Rule of the Norm and the Political Theology of "Real life" in Carl Schmitt and Giorgio Agamben, Diacritics, 2006.
0.11 Donald E. Pease, Doing Justice to C L R James's Mariners Renegades and Castaways, boundary 2, 2000.
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0.10 Donald E. Pease, The Global Homeland State: Bush's Biopolitical Settlement, boundary 2, 2003.
0.10 Nancy Fraser, Abnormal Justice, Critical Inquiry, 2008.
0.10 J. Kēhaulani Kauanui, "For Get" Hawaiian Entitlement: Configurations of Land "Blood" and Americanization in the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act of 1921. Social Text, 1999,
0.10 Shoshana Felman, II : A Response to Marianna Torgovnick, Critical Inquiry, 2002.
0.10 Charles D. Tarlton, "The Word for the Deed": Hobbes's Two Versions of "Leviathan", New Literary History, 1996.
0.10 Mark Rifkin, Representing the Cherokee Nation: Subaltern Studies and Native American Sovereignty, boundary 2, 2005.
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