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BATOR, PAUL M. "Finality in Criminal Law and Federal Habeas Corpus for State Prisoners." Harvard Law Review 78 (1963): 441–528.

CHEN, ALAN K. "Shadow Law: Reasonable Unreasonableness, Habeas Theory, and the Nature of Legal Rules." Buffalo Criminal Law Review 2 (1999): 535–634. "Developments in the Law: Federal Habeas Corpus." Harvard Law Review 83 (1970): 1038–1280.

DUKER, WILLIAM F. A Constitutional History of Habeas Corpus. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1980.

FREEDMAN, ERIC M. "Milestones in Habeas Corpus: Part I. Just Because John Marshall Said It, Doesn't Make It So: Ex Parte Bollman and the Illusory Prohibition on the Federal Writ of Habeas Corpus for State Prisoners in the Judiciary Act of 1789." University of Alabama Law Review 51 (2000): 531–602.

FRIENDLY, HENRY J. "Is Innocence Irrelevant? Collateral Attack on Criminal Judgments." University of Chicago Law Review 38 (1970): 142–172.

HOFFMAN, JOSEPH L. "Substance and Procedure in Capital Cases: Why Federal Habeas Courts Should Review the Merits of Every Death Sentence." University of Texas Law Review (2000): 1771–1803.

HURD, ROLLIN C. A Treatise on the Right of Personal Liberty, and on the Writ of Habeas Corpus, 2d ed. Albany, N.Y.: W.C. Little & Co, 1876.

LIEBMAN, JAMES S. "Apocalypse Next Time?: The Anachronistic Attack on Habeas Corpus/Direct Review Parity." University of Columbia Law Review 92 (1992): 1997–2097.

——. "More Than 'Slightly Retro': The Rehnquist Court's Rout of Habeas Corpus Jurisdiction in Teague v. Lane." New York University Review of Law and Social Change 18 (1990–1991): 537–635.

LIEBMAN, JAMES S., and HERTZ, RANDY. FEDERAL Habeas Corpus Practice and Procedure, 2d ed. Charlottesville, Va.: The Michie Co., 1994.

OAKS, DALLIN H. "Habeas Corpus in the States: 1776–1865." University of Chicago Law Review 32 (1965): 243–288.

PELLER, GARY. "In Defense of Federal Habeas Corpus Relitigation." Harvard Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law Review 16 (1982): 579–691.

STEIKER, JORDAN. "Innocence and Federal Habeas." University of California at Los Angeles Law Review 41 (1993): 303–389.

——. "Incorporating the Suspension Clause: Is there a Constitutional Right to Federal Habeas Corpus for State Prisoners?" University of Michigan Law Review 92 (1994): 862–924.

——. "Restructuring Post-Conviction Review of Federal Constitutional Claims Raised by State Prisoners: Confronting the New Face of Excessive Proceduralism." University of Chicago Legal Forum (1998): 315–347.

——. "Habeas Exceptionalism." University of Texas Law Review (2000): 1703–1730.

TUSHNET, MARK, and YACKLE, LARRY. "Symbolic Statutes and Real Laws: The Pathologies of the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act and the Prison Litigation Reform Act." Duke Law Journal 47 (1997): 1–86.

YACKLE, LARRY W. Postconviction Remedies. Rochester, N.Y.: Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Co., 1981.

——. "The Misadventure of State Post-Conviction Remedies." New York University Review of Law and Social Change 16 (1987–1988): 359–394.

——. "A Primer on the New Habeas Corpus Statute." University of Buffalo Law Review 44 (1996): 381–449.

——. "The Figure in the Carpet." University of Texas Law Review (2000): 1731–1770.

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