The rise of groups that honor and seek to advance their particular imagined or real pasts has seemed increasingly dangerous in the years since Bob Cover’s death in 1986. This essay briefly examines the challenges such groups pose to Bob’s hope, and even his faith, that law and legal procedure could be bridges to more just worlds. It may not be ours to finish consideration of how to distinguish the Rule of Law from Awful Lore—both composed of exactly the same letters—but we should continue that task, with remembrance, even within our troubled world.
"Remembrance, Group Gripes, and Legal Frictions: Rule of Law or Awful Lore?,"
Touro Law Review: Vol. 37:
4, Article 14.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.tourolaw.edu/lawreview/vol37/iss4/14