The Nebraska Law Review

Municipal Home Rule, a Progress Report?

Arthur B. Winter

I. The Home Rule Concept … A. Cause and Effect … B. Advantages of Home Rule … C. Nebraska’s Constitutional Provisions … D. The Application of Home Rule … E. Home Rule and the Courts—Generally

Federal Loyalty-Security Removals, 1946–1956

Robert J. Morgan

I. Judicial Review of Civil Service Removals

II. The Loyalty-Security Cases … A. The Removal Power and the Bill of Rights … B. The Doctrine of Specific Charges … C. The Cole Case

III. A Critique

Nebraska Corporation Law, a Statutory Jungle

Roland A. Luedtke

I. Introduction … A. The General Corporation Law of 1941 … 1. Source … 2. Scope … B. Adoption of General Nonprofit Corporation Law of Nebraska, 1943 … C. Amendments to Corporation Laws since 1941

Sexual Psychopathy—A Legal Labyrinth of Medicine, Morals, and Mythology

Domenico Caporale et al.

I. Identifying the Sexual Psychopath … A. Misconduct … B. Course of Conduct … C. Likelihood to Attack … D. Sexual Psychopaths and Sex Criminals … E. Sexual Psychopathy and Other Mental Ills

II. Commitment … A. Self-incrimination … B. Medical Reports … C. Plea of Guilty

III. Treatment … A. The Requirement of Treatment … B. Treatment Practices in Nebraska

IV. Release … A. Statutory Provisions … B. Release Policies

V. Conclusion

Appendixes A, B, and C

The Right to Work, A Decade of Development

William F. Swindler

I. Introduction

II. Genesis of the “Right to Work” Concept … A. Historical Background … B. Transition of the Concept … C. Stages in the “Right to Work” Movement

III. Local Characteristics of the Movement … A. Case Study: Nebraska … B. General: The States Enacting the Law

IV. Comparative Analysis of “Right to Work” Statutes

V. Adjudication of the “Right to Work “ Statutes

VI. Summary and Conclusions

Modern Traffic Law Enforcement

Edward C. Fisher

I. Development

II. Significance

III. Other Speed Check Devices

IV. Skid Mark Evidence

V. Chemical Tests for Intoxication

VI. Developments of the Future

Comparative Negligence—The Nebraska View

Robert E. Johnson Jr.

I. Introduction

II. The Comparative Negligence Statute … A. Nebraska’s Uncertain Position … B. Criticism of Nebraska’s Position

III. The Last Clear Chance Doctrine … A. Nebraska and Last Clear Chance … B. Development of the Nebraska Doctrine … C. Present Nebraska Position … D. The Intervening Factor

IV. A More Scientific Application of the Comparative Negligence Statute

V. Conclusion