Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Dyer, Kenney, Fisher Reviewed in the LPBR

The Law & Politics Book Review is out with a new batch of reviews. Items of interest include:

Helena Silverstein (Government and Law, Lafayette College) reviews SLAVERY, ABORTION, AND THE POLITICS OF CONSTITUTIONAL MEANING (Cambridge University Press, 2013), by Justin Buckley Dyer.
Susan M. Sterett (Department of Political Science, University of Denver) reviews GENDER AND JUSTICE: WHY WOMEN IN THE JUDICIARY REALLY MATTER (Routledge, 2013) by Sally J. Kenney.
James Daniel Fisher (Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania) reviews THE STREET POLITICS OF ABORTION: SPEECH, VIOLENCE, AND AMERICA’S CULTURE WARS (Stanford University Press, 2013), by Joshua C. Wilson.
The LPBR also recently published author responses to two recent reviews (on Tushnet's In the Balance, here; on Mandery's A Wild Justice, here).

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