compulsory voting pros and cons
Between home and school.
... what it would mean for family law to consider explicitly all of the sites of childrearing, the ... activity, employment, driving, drinking, voting, and criminal prosecution. Moreover, lawmakers ... them from worldly values, despite compulsory education laws mandating school attendance until ...
Establishment and disestablishment at the founding, part I: establishment of religion.
INTRODUCTION . I. THE LAWS CONSTITUTING AN ESTABLISHMENT . A. Establishment in England . ...c. Marriages and Public Records . d. Prosecution of Moral Offenses . 6. Limitation of Political ... Virginia establishment retained its compulsory form until the Revolution, but its exclusivity ... was sufficient to force deletion under the voting rules of the Articles of Confederation. (285) It ...
The puzzling divergence of corporate law: evidence and explanations from Japan and the United States.
...Finally, although a considerable literature has developed regarding the political ... concentration, capital market development, voting rights, and external finance. (25) But these ..., shareholder derivative suits, prosecutorial discretion, and judicial enforcement powers play ... 1999, the Diet passed a plan allowing compulsory share exchange if endorsed by a two-thirds ...
Reducing digital copyright infringement without restricting innovation.
... oversight into how software and consumer electronics are built (21) and permitting content ... for those few who are caught and prosecuted. (28) Were the government to criminally prosecute ... the copyright owner is protected by a compulsory license rather than a property rule. . Another ..., a company that produces electronic voting equipment, began circulating on the Internet. ...
An economic approach to the law of evidence.
... inherent tendency toward politically conservative reforms, this is clearly not true with regard to ... will devote fewer resources to prosecuting them. . Deterrence plays a starring role in the ... in the design of trial by jury is the voting rule. Unanimity is the traditional rule, but some .... 4. Compulsory self-incrimination. . The most hallowed, and yet ...
The politics of Argentina's meltdown.
...In 1999, the Heritage Foundation, a conservative Washington think tank, ranked Argentina's economy ... in the October 2001 midterm elections by voting for the opposition, abstaining, or deliberately ...: in June, it demanded a compulsory conversion of all bank deposits into government ..., "Should Argentina Dollarize or Float? The Pros and Cons of Alternative Exchange Rate Regimes and ...
The local law of global antitrust.
... not only the possibility of a new consensus on antitrust, but also the need for it, given the ... taken the opportunity, (86) and other prospects are limited. (87) Even IAEAA agreements do not ... information it possesses or to employ compulsory processes to gather the information on the ... and then scuttling them when majoritarian voting at the international level has influenced the ...
Multidisciplinary practice: is it the wave of the future, or only a ripple?
... any of the activities of the partnership consist of the practice of law." The commission defined a ..., concentrating most frequently on the prospect of partnerships between solicitors and ...Solicitors' professional indemnity . Compulsory professional indemnity is an important consumer ... control of the legal practice and majority voting rights in the MDP's affairs. . Legal market in ...
Local policing after the terror.
... 1960s, which itself can be seen as a consequence of the low-crime 1950s. Higher crime rates led to ... without sensing judicial attention to the pros and cons of the war on drugs--even when the cases ..., (166) appointment of counsel, (167) compulsory process, (168) double jeopardy,(169) habeas ... the Justices they replaced, and Breyer's voting pattern in criminal cases is not much different ...