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-James B. Jacobs, Warren E. Burger Professor of legislation and writer of Can Gun regulate Work?
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Brannon P. Denning
Howard M. Erichson
Thomas O. Farrish
Dan M. Kahan
Don B. Kates
Timothy D. Lytton
Julie Samia Mair
Richard A. Nagareda
Peter H. Schuck
Stephen D. Sugarman