“A handbook for activists on the front lines as well as a reference for academics and journalists, Kimball’s book shows how new words and meanings invited “everyday people” into the policy-
“Besson’s analysis of the role of information technology in the new economy is an interesting one and worth reading.”
It is impossible to enjoy reading the constitution more than through the searing perspective of the brilliant Twainesque humor of Elie Mystal in Allow Me to Retort: A Black Guy’s Guide to the C
“With the current campaign ramping up more and more each day, something surely needs to be done to ensure all citizens’ votes are counted and that fairness and legitimacy are the hallmarks
“Antisemitism Here and Now is for readers who are concerned by the dangerous rise in contemporary antisemitism but unsure how to understand and confront it.”
“The Affirmative Action Puzzle unpacks decades of legal history with extraordinary insight and vigor and proves essential r
Neal Katyal makes an unimpeachable case, concise but comprehensive, for impeachment. The author of Impeach knows the law and how to practice it.
“This is not a must-read for those involved in the criminal justice system or those interested in criminal justice reform.
“We are living in the Golden Age for Surveillance.”—Jennifer Stisa Granick
In 2015 Netflix released the controversial documentary Making a Murderer, which explored the story of Steven Avery, a man from Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, who spent nearly two decades in
“a nail-biting journey.”
While one doesn’t have to be a copyright lawyer to enjoy author Robert Spoo’s Without Copyrights: Piracy, Publishing, and the Public Domain, it would certainly help.
“Richard Susskind has the experience and authority to support his very novel arguments. . . . erudite and engaging at the same time.”
“Spreadable Media does have something to say—if you can accept the term itself and make it past the first few chapters.”
“Mr. Henaghan does shine light on the confusion regarding the multitude of patient safety organizations and makes health care system simplification sound attractive.
Andrew Feinstein’s The Shadow World is aptly named because it describes in intimate detail the world of arms suppliers and other miscreants who interface with the arms trade throughout the
“Accessible to both undergraduates and postgraduates, this is an excellent statistical study.