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“So Much Hardball, So Little of it Over the Plate: Conclusions from our ‘Debate’ with Donald Foster.” With Robert J. Valenza. Long version of a much shorter note with a similar title (below) (2002)

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Can the Oxford Candidacy be Saved? A Response to W. Ron Hess, "Shakespeare's Dates: Their Effect on Stylistic Analysis," The Oxfordian, vol 3, 2000.

“Greenbacks Über Gridlock: Pricing the Way to Cleaner Air and Faster Roads in the South Coast Basin” Planning and Markets, October, 2000.

“Suffrage.” in the Oxford Companion to United States History, OUP, 2001.

“Letter to Judy Wright and Jon Mikels on HOT Lanes and Congestion Charges.” REACH Task Force, 1997.

“Glass Slippers and Seven-League Boots: C-Prompted Doubts About Ascribing A Funeral Elegy and A Lover's Complaint to Shakespeare.” With Robert J. Valenza. 48 Shakespeare Quarterly 177 (June 1997)

“Sexual Revolutions, Great and Small,” from The Politics of Population (in preparation).

“Excerpts from comments on manuscript of Kevin Starr, Commerce and Civilization,” Oct. 15, 1997.

“Elliott’s Laws”

“And Then There Were None: Winnowing the Shakespeare Claimants,” January 1996. With Robert J. Valenza. Summary of 1992-94 Shakespeare Clinics' final report, 30 Computers and the Humanities 191 (1996 with updated tables)(PDF).

Left, Right, and Center: Student Politics Since the '60's,” Claremont McKenna College Profile, Summer, 1996.

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“CMC Checklist for getting recommended to Law School”

“How to interview for a Truman Scholarship”

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“The End of an Era,” 1999

“A Honeymoon chronicle,” 1969

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“Kayaking the Na Pali Coast,” 1993