The following is a condensed version of a talk Yale Kamisar, Clarence Darrow Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Law at the University of Michigan, and now a member of the University of San Diego law faculty, gave last year at a two-day conference on "Earl Warren and the Warren Court: A Fifty Year Retrospect" held at the University of California (Berkeley).
A paper based on Kamisar's talk, along with other papers that grew out of the conference on Warren, will be published by the Institute of Governmental Studies at UC Berkeley under the editorship of Harry N. Scheiber, director of the Earl Warren Legal Institute at UC-Berkeley. An article based on Kamisar's talk will also appear in a forthcoming issue of the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, part of a symposium on "The Warren Court Criminal Justice Revolution: Reflections a Generation Later," edited by Professor George C. Thomas III of Rutgers University Law School (Newark).
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