Washington University
Journal of Law and Policy

formerly titled:
Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law

© 2000 by Washington University

Volume 3
2000

Title Page Faculty List
Picture of Prof. Daniel Mandelker and Dedicatory Statement Mailing Statement
Mission Statement Editorial Board and Staff
Table of Contents Citation Page

CONTENTS

EVOLVING VOICES IN LAND USE LAW: 
A FESTSCHRIFT IN HONOR OF DANIEL R. MANDELKER

 

PART I:  HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
CHAPTER 1:  THE SUPREME COURT
 PRELUDE TO EUCLID:  THE UNTIED STATES SUPREME COURT AND THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF LAND USE REGULATION Joseph Gordon
Hylton
1
PART II:  DISCUSSIONS ON THE NATIONAL LEVEL
CHAPTER 2:  PROPERTY RIGHTS
THE RIGHT TO EXCLUDE OTHERS FROM PRIVATE PROPERTY:  
A FUNDAMENTAL CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT
David L.Callies & David Breemer 39
ENTITLEMENT TO SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS:  OLD VERSUS NEW PROPERTY IN LAND USE REGULATION Daniel R. Mandelker 61
CHAPTER 3:  TAKING ISSUES
SUPREME BAIT AND SWITCH: THE RIPENESS RUSE IN REGULATORY TAKINGS  Michael M. Berger 99
TOWARDS A POLITICAL ECONOMY OF TAKINGS Jeffry A. Friden 137
MAKING A NUISANCE OF TAKING LAW Robert L. Glicksman 149
CHAPTER 4:  PROPOSALS
LAND USE LAW:  MARRED BY PUBLIC AGENCY ABUSE Rodney L. Cobb 195
METHODS OF DETERMINING AMORTIZATION PERIODS FOR NON-CONFORMING USES Margaret Collins 215
WHITHER "FAIR" HOUSING:  MEDITATIONS ON WRONG PARADIGMS, AMBIVALENT ANSWERS, AND A LEGISLATIVE PROPOSAL Charles E. Daye 241
THE LEGISLATIVE REQUIREMENT THAT ZONING AND LAND USE CONTROLS BE CONSISTENT WITH AN INDEPENDENTLY ADOPTED LOCAL COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: A MODEL STATUTE Stuart Meck 295
THE RISE OF REASON IN PLANNING LAW:  DANIEL R. MANDELKER AND THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN IN LAND USE REGULATION Edward J. Sullivan 323
PART III:  ZONING AESTHETICS
CHAPTER 5:  THE TAKING CLAUSE AND SIGNS
THE TAKINGS ISSUE IN BILLBOARD CONTROL Charles F. Floyd 357
ELECTION SIGNS AND TIME LIMITS Jules B. Gerard 379
CHAPTER 6:  STREET GRAPHICS
STREET GRAPHICS AND THE LAW William R. Ewald, Jr. 397
WRITING URBAN SPACES:  STREET GRAPHICS AND THE LAW AS POSTMODERN DESIGN AND ORDINANCE Amy Mandelker 403
PART IV:  DISCUSSION ON THE STATE AND LOCAL  LEVEL
CHAPTER 7:  FEDERALISM
ASSERTED FEDERAL DEVOLUTION OF PUBLIC HOUSING POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION:  MYTH OR REALITY Otto J. Hetzel 415
NATIONAL LAND-USE PLANNING IN AMERICA:  SOMETHING WHOSE TIME HAS NEVER COME Jerold S. Kayden 445
ANTITRUST REGULATION OF LAND USE:  FEDERALISM'S TRIUMPH OVER COMPETITION, THE LAST FIFTY YEARS E. Thomas Sullivan 473
CONTESTED LANDSCAPES AND LOCAL VOICE ABOUT MIRANDA A. Dan Tarlock 513
CHAPTER 8:  STATES AND MUNICIPALITIES
EQUITY AND EFFICACY IN WASHINGTON STATE'S GMA AFFORDABLE HOUSING GOAL Henry W. McGee, Jr. 539
RECONSTRUCTING THE CONSTITUTIONAL THEORY OF MOUNT LAUREL II John M. Payne 555
SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS PROTECTION AT THE OUTER MARGINS OF MUNICIPAL BEHAVIOR

Brian W. Blaesser

583

VESTING VERITIES AND THE DEVELOPMENT CHRONOLOGY:  A GAPING DISCONNECT?

John J. Delaney

603

CHAPTER 9:  NEIGHBORHOODS
COMMON INTEREST COMMUNITIES:  STANDARDS OF REVIEW AND REVIEW OF STANDARDS Paula A. Franzese 663
THE DILEMMA OF OLD, URBAN NEIGHBORHOODS W. Dennis Keating 699
GRASSROOTS CONSENSUS BUILDING AND COLLABORATIVE PLANNING Peter W. Salsich, Jr. 709
CHAPTER 10:  EDUCATION
IMAGINING THE WORLD ANEW:  THE COURSE IN STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT LAW AND THE FUTURE OF LEGAL EDUCATION Judith Welch Wegner 741
PART V:  INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
CHAPTER 11:  ISRAEL
LAND USE LAW IN THE FACE OF A RAPID-GROWTH CRISIS:  THE CASE OF MASS-IMMIGRATION TO ISRAEL IN THE 1990S Rachelle Alterman 773
CHAPTER 12:  SLOVENIA
THE (LOST) GIFTS OF INDEPENDENCE AND MARKET ECONOMY IN SLOVENIA Peter Bassin 841
CHAPTER 13:  GERMANY
SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY:  PLANNING FOR GROWTH IN DISTRESSED PLACES - THE GERMAN EXPERIENCE IN BERLIN, WITTENBERG, AND THE RUHR James A. Kushner 849
EPILOGUE Robert H. Freilich 875
LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS 879

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