Part II of this Article explains how Lochner, which existed in relative obscurity for decades, became a leading anti-canonical case.
Society of Sisters as sound precedent. Meyer, in particular, eventually became an important basis for the Warren and Burger Courts' substantive due process jurisprudence in the landmark cases of Griswold and Roe v. Recently, the ghost of Lochner has been kept very much alive by Justices Kennedy, O'Connor, and Souter, each of whom has praised Meyer and Pierce as engaging in appropriately aggressive due process review of police power regulations, while straining to distinguish those opinions from Lochner. Meanwhile, a revival of limited government ideology on the legal right, most notably in the Rehnquist Court's federalism opinions has raised perhaps exaggerated fears on the legal left that the conservatives seek to return, in spirit if not in letter, to the discredited jurisprudence of the Lochner era.
Invasion and Puppets, which charts s Japanese monarchic-imperialism against China and s Chinese communist-imperialism in Tibet. Happy Japan!
And in Viva! Thank You Joseph Beuys opens with Arai explaining how he once met Joseph Beuys in Tokyo, where Beuys signed his bag or back—it was hard to tell from his pronunciation , how the Japanese thought Beuys was something of a gonzo, that his professor Konishi Yasu studied under Beuys, and whether or not Arai still thinks about Beuys. On the table before him is butter, wasabi, soy sauce, a black fedora with a red cross, and a wooden bunny rabbit on a string.
These he would later eat. This loose association of artists, many of whom worked with Fluxus, spawned a generation of Japanese artists as interested in experimentation and subversion as the Gutai group, but altogether more internationally motivated. Like Beuys, Paik, Maciunas, or Yoshihara, he questions how a person, group, or nation communicates around language, especially in an age where Disney, Coke, and Babelfish can do it for us?
Arai takes the wooden bunny from the table and, approaching the relics left by Happy Japan! Then, moving behind the table, he takes off his shirt and dips one of the photocopies into the wasabi. Roughly ten more to go and portions of the audience are already visibly nauseated.
Our bodies receive the brunt of everything—even influence. We sleep between the march of progress and the stiffening corpse of history.