Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Tulsa Law Review Book Review Symposium Issue

In recent years the Tulsa Law Review has responded to the pleas of legal academics and devoted an issue to book reviews. Via Balkinization we have the table of contents. We are pleased to see that legal history is well represented:
Sanford Levinson, CONSTITUTIONAL FAITH, reviewed by Jack Balkin

G. Edward White, LAW IN AMERICAN HISTORY: FROM THE COLONIAL YEARS THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR, reviewed by Alexander Tsesis

Jack Goldsmith, POWER AND CONSTRAINT: THE ACCOUNTABLE PRESIDENCY AFTER 9/11, reviewed by Mariah Zeisberg

Tom S. Clark, THE LIMITS OF JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE, Matthew E. K. Hall, THE NATURE OF SUPREME COURT POWER, reviewed by Lawrence Baum

Mary Dudziak, WAR TIME: AN IDEA, ITS HISTORY, ITS CONSEQUENCES, reviewed by Stephen M. Griffin

Jack Balkin, CONSTITUTIONAL REDEMPTION POLITICAL FAITH IN AN UNJUST WORLD, Hadley Arkes, CONSTITUTIONAL ILLUSIONS AND ANCHORING TRUTHS: THE TOUCHSTONE OF THE NATURAL LAW, reviewed by Sotirios Barber

Hanna Lerner, MAKING CONSTITUTIONS IN DEEPLY DIVIDED SOCIETIES, reviewed by Gary Jeffrey Jacobsohn

Robert Post, DEMOCRACY, EXPERTISE, AND ACADEMIC FREEDOM: A FIRST AMENDMENT JURISPRUDENCE FOR THE MODERN STATE, reviewed by Rachel Levinson-Waldman

Assaf Meydahi, THE ISRAELI SUPREME COURT AND THE HUMAN RIGHTS REVOLUTION: COURTS AS AGENDA SETTERS, reviewed by Gila Snyder

Michael A. Bailey & Forrest Maltzman, THE CONSTRAINED COURT: LAW, POLITICS, AND THE DECISIONS JUSTICES MAKE; Stephen M. Egle,, AMERICAN POLITICIANS CONFRONT THE COURT: OPPOSITION POLITICS AND CHANGING RESPONSES TO JUDICIAL POWER; Richard L. Pacelle, Jr., Brett W. Cutty & Bryan W. Marshall, DECISION MAKING BY THE SUPREME COURT, reviewed by Kevin J. McMahon

Dale Carpenter, FLAGRANT CONDUCT: THE STORY OF LAWRENCE V. TEXAS, reviewed by Adam Winkler

Paul W. Kahn, POLITICAL THEOLOGY: FOUR CHAPTERS ON THE CONCEPTION OF SOVEREIGNTY; Paul W. Kahn, SACRED VIOLENCE: TORTURE, TERROR, AND SOVEREIGNTY, reviewed by John Wolfe Ackerman

Serena Mayeri, REASONING FROM RACE: FEMINISM, LAW, AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS REVOLUTION, reviewed by Judith A. Baer

Stuart Banner, AMERICAN PROPERTY: A HISTORY OF HOW, WHY, AND WHAT WE OWN, reviewed by Gregory S. Alexander

Jeannie Suk, AT HOME IN THE LAW: HOW THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE REVOLUTION IS TRANSFORMING PRIVACY; Jennifer Nedelsky, LAW’S RELATIONS: A RELATIONAL THEORY OF SELF, AUTONOMY, AND LAW, reviewed by Joanna L. Grossman

Adrian Vermeule, THE SYSTEM OF THE CONSTITUTION; Richard A. Epstein, DESIGN FOR LIBERTY: PRIVATE PROPERTY, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, AND THE RULE OF LAW, reviewed by Jenna Bednar

Michael S. Greve, THE UPSIDE-DOWN CONSTITUTION, reviewed by Roderick M. Hills, Jr.

David Garland, PECULIAR INSTITUTION: AMERICA’S DEATH PENALTY IN AN AGE OF ABOLITION, reviewed by Jordan M. Steiker
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