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Mail: Federal Mail Fraud Act - Bibliography

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BRADLEY, CRAIG M. "Foreword: Mail Fraud After McNally and Carpenter: The Essence of Fraud." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 79 (1988): 573–622.

BROWN, GEORGE D. "Should Federalism Shield Corruption?—Mail Fraud, State Law, and Post-Lopez Analysis." Cornell Law Review 82 (1997): 225–300.

COFFEE, JOHN C., JR. "Hush!: The Criminal Status of Confidential Information After McNally and Carpenter and the Enduring Problem of Overcriminalization." American Criminal Law Review 26 (1988): 121–154.

——. "Modern Mail Fraud: The Restoration of the Public/Private Distinction." American Criminal Law Review 35 (1998): 427–465.

HENNING, PETER J. "Maybe It Should Just Be Called Federal Fraud: The Changing Nature of The Mail Fraud Statute." Boston College Law Review 36 (1995): 435–477.

KAHAN, DAN M. Lenity and Federal Common Law Crimes. Supreme Court Review. (1994) pp. 345–428.

MOOHR, GERALDINE SZOTT. "Mail Fraud and the Intangible Rights Doctrine: Someone to Watch Over Us." Harvard Journal on Legislation 31 (1994): 153–209.

——. "Mail Fraud Meets Criminal Theory." University of Cincinnati Law Review 67 (1998): 1–51.

RAKOFF, JED S. "The Federal Mail Fraud Statute (Part I)." Duquesne Law Review 18 (1998): 771.

WELLING, SARAH N.; BEALE, SARA SUN; and BUCY, PAMELA H. In Federal Criminal Law and Related Civil Actions, vol. 2. St. Paul, Minn.: West Group, 1998. Pages 1–73.

WILLIAMS, GREGORY H. "Good Government By Prosecutorial Decree: The Use and Abuse of the Mail Fraud Statute." Arizona Law Review 32 (1990): 137–171.

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