Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Klarman, Shugerman, Hartog & More Reviewed in Tulsa L. Rev. Book Review Issue

Via Ken Kersch at Balkinization, we have word that the annual Tulsa Law Review book review issue is now available. Kersch co-edited the issue with Linda McClain. Here are some items of interest:

  • Thomas F. Burke reviews Michael J. Klarman, From the Closet to the Altar: Courts, Backlash, and the Struggle for Same-Sex Marriage (2012).
  • Lisa L. Miller reviews Sotirios A. Barber, The Fallacies of States' Rights (2013), David Brian Robertson, Federalism and the Making of America (2012) and Erin Ryan, Federalism and the Tug of War Within (2011). 
  • Stephen M. Engel reviews Justin Crowe, Building the Judiciary: Law, Courts and the Politics of Institutional Development (2012) and Jed Handelsman Shugerman, The People's Courts: Pursuing Judicial Independence in America (2012). 
  • Patricia A. Caine reviews Hendrick Hartog, Someday All This Will Be Yours: A History of Inheritance and Old Age (2012). 
  • Emily Zackin reviews George I. Lovell, This is Not Civil Rights: Discovering Rights Talk in 1939 America (2012) and Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr., Reclaiming the Petition Clause: Seditious Libel, "Offensive" Protest, and the Right to Petition the Government for a Redress of Grievances (2012).
  • William P. Marshall reviews Steven K. Green, The Bible, The School and the Constitution: The Clash That Shaped Modern Church-State Doctrine (2012.
  • Mark A. Graber reviews Alexander Tsesis, For Liberty and Equality: The Life and Times of the Declaration of Independence (2012), Justin Buckley Dyer, Natural Law and the Antislavery Constitutional Tradition (2012), Nicholas Buccola, The Political Thought of Frederick Douglass (2012), and Brian R. Dirck, Lincoln and the Constitution (2012). 
  • Michael McCann Jr. reviews Kenneth W. Mack, Representing the Race: The Creation of The Civil Rights Lawyer (201), and Leigh Ann Wheeler, How Sex Became a Civil Liberty (2012). 
  • Devan O. Pendas reviews Allan A. Ryan, Yamashita's Ghost: War Crimes, MacArthur's Justice, and Command Accountability (2012), and Charles Anthony Smith, The Rise and Fall of War Crimes Trials: From Charles I to Bush II (2012). 
Check out the full TOC here.