I'm coming late to the discussion of Ted Cruz' allegations (at a Fourth of July address, no less!) that there were a bunch of communists on the Harvard Law School faculty in the early 1990s. Since I don't follow politics as closely as I should, I didn't realize that Cruz was an HLS graduate. But that made me wonder, what if anything did he publish when he was a student? Westlaw returns a couple of interesting pieces. First, there is his case comment, "Animal Sacrifice and Equal Protection, Free Exercise: Church of the Lukuki Babalu Aye, Inc. v. City of Hialeah, 113 S.CT. 2217 (1993)" in 17 Harv. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 262 in 1994. There is also an article in the Hastings Law Review, which appeared in 1996, "Not My Brother's Keeper: The Inability of An Informed Minority to Correct for Imperfect Information." Cruz co-authored that with Jeffrey J. Hinck shortly after he graduated. Cruz also assisted with Charles Fried's 1995 Foreword to the Harvard Law Review. Whether Cruz authored anything for the Harvard Law Review I don't know, as those works were not signed.