NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 18

WINTER – SUMMER 1992

NUMBERS 1-2

LEAD ARTICLES

The Logic of Identity and the Politics of Justice: Establishing a Right to Community-Based Treatment for the Institutionalized Mentally Disabled
Bruce A. Arrigo

Sweat Lodges and Headbands: An Introduction to the Rights of Native American Prisoners
Louis M. Holscher

NOTES

Political Prisoners in the United States
Jane L. Taubner

Public Facilities Management and Jail Overcrowding: A Case Study of Massachusetts National Guard Armories
Christopher P. Hodgens

Hiding Death
Roderick C. Patrick

Incarcerated Mothers and the Foster Care System in Massachusetts: Working Together to Preserve Parental Rights
Shannon A. Reilly

CASE COMMENTS

Clemons v. Mississippi: Expanding the Role of State Appellate Courts in Capital Punishment Cases
Douglas M. Cabral

Whitmore v. Arkansas: Execution of an Individual, Without a Prior Mandatory Appellate Review, Denied Scrutiny
Carol A. Fitzsimmons

Harmelin v. Michigan: Is Eighth Amendment Proportionality in Jeopardy?
Michael H. Theodore

BOOK REVIEW

Taking Liberties – A Decade of Hard Cases, Bad Laws, and Bum Raps
William G. Coningford, Esq.

BOOKS RECEIVED