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HISTORY The Crime of All Crimes

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Free Speech and Political Persecution Since the Age of FDR

Toward a Criminology of Genocide

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The Presidents and the Constitution

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A Living History

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Buying a Bride

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Rebels at the Bar

The Fascinating, Forgotten Stories of America’s First Women Lawyers JILL NORGREN “[A] conscientious history of the country’s first female lawyers.” – Emily Bazelon, The Washington Post 286 PAGES PAPER • 978-1-4798-3552-2 • $25.00

American Founding Son John Bingham and the Invention of the Fourteenth Amendment

GERARD N. MAGLIOCCA “A smorgasbord of facts about a critical period in America’s history.” – Los Angeles Review of Books 304 PAGES PAPER • 978-1-4798-1991-1 • $27.00

Restoring Law and Order on Wall Street

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MARY KREINER RAMIREZ a n d STEVEN A. RAMIREZ

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Discretionary Justice

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Pardon and Parole in New York from the Revolution to the Depression CAROLYN STRANGE

TRACY A. THOMAS

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Creativity without Law

The Health of Newcomers

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Immigration, Health Policy, and Solidarity For Global Health

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Vaccine Court

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The Law and Politics of Injury ANNA KIRKLAND “In a compelling and sympathetic manner, Kirkland explores the murky netherworld between science…and court.” – Paul A. Offit, MD author of Deadly Choices

NOMOS LVII

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Free Speech Beyond Words

The Surprising Reach of the First Amendment MARK V. TUSHNET, ALAN K. CHEN, AND JOSEPH BLOCHER

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The Right to Be Forgotten MEG LETA JONES

“Meg Leta Jones is the preeminent American scholar of The Right to Be Forgotten, a concept born in Europe. This fascinating book is a must-read for anyone, American or European alike, vexed about what to do (or not to do) about the persistence of memory online.”

–Paul Ohm, Georgetown University

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RACE AND INEQUALITY Just Medicine

A Cure for Racial Inequality in American Health Care DAYNA BOWEN MATTHEW “Having presented a thorough picture of the problems facing minorities in the health care system, Matthew proposes a solution....[F]ood for thought.” –Kirkus 288 PAGES • 12 FIGURES CLOTH • 978-1-4798-9673-8 • $30.00

Homelessness in New York City Policymaking from Koch to de Blasio

THOMAS J. MAIN “A definitive history of modern homelessness in New York City. This is the book you should start with to understand how we got where we are.” – Brendan O’Flaherty, Columbia University 288 PAGES • 10 FIGURES • 3 TABLES CLOTH • 978-1-4798-9647-9 • $50.00

Progressive Punishment Job Loss, Jail Growth, and the Neoliberal Logic of Carceral Expansion

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Deadly Injustice

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The Exploitation of America’s Most Vulnerable Citizens DANIEL L. HATCHER

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The Changing Landscape of Gay and Lesbian Lives

The Future of LGBT Rights

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EDITED BY CARLOS A. BALL “This highly readable and engaging collection takes on the most important question now facing the LGBT movement.” – Mary Bernstein, University of Connecticut 368 PAGES • 1 FIGURE • 27 HALFTONES CLOTH • 978-1-4798-8308-0 • $45.00

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Legalizing LGBT Families

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The Perils of Marriage Equality KATHERINE FRANKE “[R]igorous, historical.” –Los Angeles Review of Books

How the Law Shapes Parenthood

AMANDA K. BAUMLE a n d D’LANE R. COMPTON “A must read for policymakers, lawyers, activists, and LGBT parents.” – C.J. Pascoe, author of Dude, You’re a Fag

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CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION At Home in Two Countries

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GENDER AND WOMEN’S STUDIES Feminist Legal Theory A Primer

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NANCY LEVIT a n d ROBERT R. M. VERCHICK FOREWORD BY MARTHA MINOW

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Masculinity at Work

Employment Discrimination through a Different Lens ANN C. MCGINLEY “Pathbreaking work..It will be of enormous value to scholars, litigators, courts and anyone interested in how the law can better promote gender equality and social justice.” – Deborah L. Rhode, Stanford University 272 PAGES CLOTH • 978-0-8147-9613-9 • $49.00

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To Live Freely in This World

Sex Worker Activism in Africa CHI ADANNA MGBAKO “By taking the sex workers’ narratives as data, Mgbako paints a picture of a more layered landscape to sex work activism than what we normally hear about on an international level.” – Feministing.com 272 PAGES PAPER • 978-1-4798-4906-2 • $30.00 CLOTH • 978-1-4798-1756-6 • $89.00

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What Works for Women at Work

Four Patterns Working Women Need to Know JOAN C. WILLIAMS RACHEL DEMPSEY

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Deported

Immigrant Policing, Disposable Labor and Global Capitalism TANYA MARIA GOLASH-BOZA

“Required reading for anyone interested in global capitalism, political economy, human rights and immigration.” –France Winddance Twine, co-editor of Geographies of Privilege 320 PAGES • 5 FIGURES • 4 TABLES PAPER • 978-1-4798-4397-8 • $28.00

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Calling the Shots Why Parents Reject Vaccines

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EDITED BY JONATHAN HAFETZ “An alarming and important indictment of Obama’s ineffectual approach to one of his signature campaign issues and of America’s tarnished system of justice as a whole.” –Kirkus Reviews

Preventive Force

Drones, Targeted Killing, and the Transformation of Contemporary Warfare EDITED BY KERSTIN FISK a n d JENNIFER M. RAMOS “A go-to guide for the academics and policymakers who want to make sense of this important topic.” – Sarah Kreps, author of Drones 368 PAGES • 10 TABLES • 6 B/W FIGURES PAPER • 978-1-4798-5765-4 • $30.00 CLOTH • 978-1-4798-5753-1 • $89.00

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Juvenile Justice in Global Perspective EDITED BY FRANKLIN E. ZIMRING, MAXIMO LANGER, a n d DAVID S. TANENHAUS 416 PAGES • 21 FIGURES • 36 TABLES CLOTH • 978-1-4798-2653-7 • $49.00 IN THE YOUTH, CRIME, AND JUSTICE SERIES

A Body, Undone

Living On After Great Pain CHRISTINA CROSBY 208 PAGES CLOTH • 978-1-4798-3353-5 • $22.95 IN THE SEXUAL CULTURES SERIES

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Stories from an Enduring Prison

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The Wrongs of the Right Language, Race, and the Republican Party in the Age of Obama

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Unfit for Democracy

The Roberts Court and the Breakdown of American Politics STEPHEN E. GOTTLIEB “An important book, impressive in its scope and its analysis, and the cautions it offers for the future of democracy in the United States.” – Erwin Chemerinsky, University of California, Irvine 416 PAGES CLOTH • 978-0-8147-3242-7 • $55.00

Enforcing the Equal Protection Clause Congressional Power, Judicial Doctrine, and Constitutional Law

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American Conservatism NOMOS LVI

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