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Strict Liability - Bibliography

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HUSAK, DOUGLAS. "Varieties of Strict Liability." Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence 8 (1995): 189.

KNOLL, MARK, and SINGER, RICHARD. "Searching for the 'Tail of the Dog': Finding Elements of Crimes in the Wake of McMillan v. Pennsylvania." Seattle University Law Review 22 (1999): 1057.

LEVINSON, LAURIE. "Good Faith Defenses: Reshaping Strict Liability Crimes." Cornell Law Review 78, no. 3 (1993): 401.

MICHAELS, ALAN. "Constitutional Innocence." Harvard Law Review 112, no. 4 (1999): 828.

PRIESTER, BENJAMIN. "Further Developments on Previous Symposia: Sentence for a 'Crime' the Government Did Not Prove: Jones v. United States and the Constitutional Limitations of Factfinding by Sentencing Factors Rather Than Elements the Offense." Law & Contemporary Problems 61 (1998): 249.

SAYRE, FRANCIS. "Public Welfare Offenses." Columbia Law Review 33, no. 1 (1933): 55.

SIMONS, KENNETH. "When Is Strict Criminal Liability Just?" Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 87 (1997): 1075.

SINGER, RICHARD. "The Resurgence of Mens Rea: III—The Rise and Fall of Strict Liability." Boston College Law Review 30, no. 2 (1989): 327.

SINGER, RICHARD, and HUSAK, DOUGLAS. "Of Innocence and Innocents: The Supreme Court and Mens Rea Since Herbert Packer." Buffalo Criminal Law Review 2 (1999): 226.

WASSERSTROM, RICHARD. "Strict Liability in the Criminal Law." Stanford Law Review 12 (1960): 731.

WILEY, JOHN. "The New Federal Defense: Not Guilty by Reason of Blamelessness." Virginia Law Review 85, no. 5 (1999): 1021.

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