Public Policy

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“Robin Marty and Jessica Mason Pieklo make clear that the likely end of Roe v Wade is at hand and involved more than the end of Roe.” 

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“Confessions of a Rogue Nuclear Regulator is short, easy to read, and quickly gets to the point, while avoiding many of the questions any astute reader might raise.

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“The stories presented here constitute a further step in dispelling negative stereotypes and in enabling gay men of these three generations to own their dignity.”

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“Is a baby a commodity? Is pregnancy and childbirth work? Is raising a child a job?”  

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“a valuable resource for understanding the lack of military effectiveness of Arab armies, along with a dour outlook on any expectation of improvement in the current political and cultural e

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Usually a work of nonfiction on the topic of a presidential commission is described as scholarly with a dash of dry.

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“David Cay Johnston is truly Prometheus bound in this sickening reveal of the Trump Administration.”

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". . . a gut-souring, hilarious, meticulously researched medical wonder. . ."

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Habeas corpus is a remedy of last resort for prisoners. Used by state and federal inmates alike, it is often the final opportunity to challenge the legality of a criminal conviction or sentence.

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A cornerstone of America’s foundational narrative is that we are a nation of highly diverse immigrants simmering together in a mythical melting pot to cook up our trademark independent, industrious

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The War on Alcohol retells the story of Prohibition with a cocktail of case studies, legal analysis, and a broad scope.”

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“underscores the imperative of immigration reform for both practical and humanitarian reasons.”

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We are all guaranteed equal protection under the law, except for health care workers, administrators, and volunteers, as revealed in Living in the Crosshairs: The Untold Stories of Anti-abortio

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In 1894, Baron de Coubertin, a French aristocrat, convened an international congress at the Sorbonne in Paris.

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Lets have Henry Kissinger unplugged. Lets hear what he really has to say . . .

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America’s Battle for Media Democracy is an important adjunct to the body of literature regarding media democracy.”

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“It is not that migrants never come back, it is that they can never come home enough to keep families, cultures, and hearts whole.

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“The achievements of the Greatest Generation and the policies of FDR are without equal in American history, but the narrow focus and the crass partisan cheerleading ruin an otherwise fascin

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“Until one understands what incentives motive people, it is impossible to predict how new policies will actually work.”

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“. . . a pitch-perfect call for health care changes in the mechanized deaths many suffer in America.”

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“Thoughts about personalized medicine are like gambling at a casino. We anticipate being winners or we wouldn’t go.”

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“The prevailing theme of Freaking Out is that any terrorist threat is overstated and any entity that discusses a terrorist threat has some dark ulterior motive to steer the public

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“Parents fighting to keep band, orchestra, drama, and dance programs alive in their children’s schools need to read The Muses Go to School: Conversations About the Necessity of Arts in

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