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Robert M. O'Neil
Vice President of Indiana University, Professor of Law
  1. A GUIDE TO DEBATE (with R. Windes).  Portland, ME:  J.W. Walch, 1964.

  2. Public Regulation and Private Rights of Action, 52 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 231 (1964).

  3. CIVIL LIBERTIES, CASE STUDIES AND THE LAW (with D. Parker and N. Econopouly).  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1965.

  4. Television, Tort Law and Federalism, 53 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 421 (1965).

  5. FREE SPEECH:  RESPONSIBLE COMMUNICATION UNDER LAW.  Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1966.

  6. Reflections on the Academic Senate Resolution, 54 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 88 (1966).

  7. COMBATING CRIME (with J. Lynch).  Washington, DC:  American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 1967.

  8. Review of Selective Service Reclassifications, 37 GEORGE WASHINGTON LAW REVIEW 536 (1969).

  9. Judicial Overkill, 2 CHANGE MAGAZINE 39 (No. 5, 1970).

  10. Of Justice Delayed and Justice Denied: The Welfare Prior Hearing Cases, 1970 SUPREME COURT REVIEW 161.

  11. THE PRICE OF DEPENDENCY: CIVIL LIBERTIES IN THE WELFARE STATE.  New York:  E.P. Dutton, 1970.

  12. Private Universities and Public Law, 19 BUFFALO LAW REVIEW 155 (1970).

  13. Public Employment, Antiwar Protest and Preinduction Review, 17 UCLA LAW REVIEW 1028 (1970).

  14. Beyond the Threshold:  Changing Patterns of Access to Higher Education, in HIGHER EDUCATION FOR EVERYBODY: ISSUES AND IMPLICATIONS.  Washington, DC: American Council on Education, 1971.

  15. Paradoxes of Campus Power, 26 CURRENT ISSUES IN HIGHER EDUCATION 172 (1971).

  16. Preferential Admissions: Equalizing Access of Minority Groups in Higher Education, 80 YALE LAW JOURNAL 699 (1971).

  17. The Private Lives of Public Employees, 51 OREGON LAW REVIEW 70 (1971).

  18. THE COURTS, GOVERNMENT, AND HIGHER EDUCATION.  New York:  Committee for Economic Development, 1972.

  19. FREE SPEECH:  RESPONSIBLE COMMUNICATION UNDER LAW, 2nd Ed.  Indianapolis:  Bobbs-Merrill, 1972.

  20. THE JUDICIARY AND VIETNAM (with A. D'Amato).  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1972.

  21. The Limits of Pluralism:  Division Without Diversity, 1972 ACLS NEWSLETTER 14 (Winter 1972).

  22. Mr. Justice Brennan and the Condition of Unconstitutional Conditions, 4 RUTGERS CAMDEN LAW JOURNAL 58 (1972).

  23. NO HEROES, NO VILLAINS (with J. Morris and R. Mack).  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1972.

  24. THE TWILIGHT OF FACULTY AUTONOMY.  Milan:  A. Giuffre, 1973.

  25. After DeFunis:  Filling the Constitutional Vacuum, 27 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LAW REVIEW 315 (1975).

  26. DISCRIMINATING AGAINST DISCRIMINATION: PREFERENTIAL ADMISSIONS AND THE DE FUNIS CASE.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1975.

  27. God and Government at Yale: The Limits of Federal Regulation of Higher Education, 44 UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI LAW REVIEW 525 (1975).

  28. Libraries, Librarians and First Amendment Freedoms, 4 HUMAN RIGHTS 295 (1975).

  29. Politics, Patronage and Public Employment, 44 UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI LAW REVIEW 725 (1975).

  30. Pros and Cons of Learner-Centered Reform, 30 CURRENT ISSUES IN HIGHER EDUCATION 4 (1975).

  31. Shield Laws: Partial Solution to a Pervasive Problem, 20 NEW YORK LAW FORUM 515 (1975).

  32. State Consumer Protection in a Federal System, 1975 ARIZONA STATE LAW JOURNAL 715.

  33. Federal Forays and Academic Autonomy, 52 VIEWPOINTS 73 (September 1976).

  34. The Bakke Case in the United States Supreme Court, in MINORITIES IN MEDICINE: REPORT OF A CONFERENCE.  New York:  Josiah Macy, Jr., Foundation, 1977.

  35. Federalism and Obscenity, 9 UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW 731 (1978).

  36. THE RIGHTS OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES:  THE BASIC ACLU GUIDE TO A GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE'S RIGHTS.  New York:  Avon Books, 1978.

  37. What Bakke Leaves to the States:  Preliminary Thoughts, 23 NEW DIRECTIONS IN HIGHER EDUCATION 47 (1978).

  38. Bakke in Balance: Some Preliminary Thoughts, 67 CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW 143 (1979).

  39. More on the Bakke Decision, 65 ACADEME 49 (1979).