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1. "Catholic Modernity?: Charles Taylor's Marianist Award Lecture, edited and introduction by James L. Heft"
Subject(s): BOOK REVIEW
Author(s): Wright, R. George
16 JOURNAL OF LAW & RELIGION 789 (No. 2, 2001)
2. "See Jim Run: Does Jim Taylor Really Think He Can Become the Next President?"
Author(s): Marsh, Steve
MINNESOTA LAW & POLITICS 8 (No. 119, August 2000)
3. "Governor Appoints Three New Judges to the Bench of the District Court: Francis Connolly; John McShane; Richard Taylor"
2 MINNESOTA LAWYER 2 (No. 40, October 2, 1998)
4. "Law Firm Profile: Johannson, Taylor, Rust & Fagerlund, P.A."
Subject(s): LAWYERS--Specific Firms
2 MINNESOTA LAWYER 8 (No. 5, January 30, 1998)
5. "Woman Who Knew Too Much [Tamara Taylor]"
Subject(s): ELECTIONS & PERSONALITIES
5 MINNESOTA'S JOURNAL OF LAW & POLITICS 18 (No. 8, December 1990)
6. "Take This Fame and Shove It [Tamara Taylor]"
6 MINNESOTA'S JOURNAL OF LAW & POLITICS 28 (No. 10, January 1992)
7. "People of the Year: Glen Taylor"
Author(s): Zurowski, Cory
MINNESOTA'S JOURNAL OF LAW & POLITICS 16 (No. 55, December 1994)
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