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HIGHLIGHTS FIXING LAW SCHOOLS From Collapse to the Trump Bump and Beyond BENJAMIN H. BARTON An urgent plea for muchneeded reforms to legal education, from reducing tuition to changing teaching practices. 312 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-6655-7 • $30.00

CONFORMITY The Power of Social Influences CASS R. SUNSTEIN “A much needed work that offers a fascinating, analytical explanation of what keeps us from thinking outside the box.” —Julian Zelizer, Princeton University 176 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-6783-7 • $19.95

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The Crisis of Voter Suppression in the United States GILDA R. DANIELS An answer to the assault on voting rights—crucial reading in advance of the 2020 presidential election.

Immigration Enforcement in the Time of Trump SHOBA SIVAPRASAD WADHIA Examines immigration enforcement and discretion during the first eighteen months of the Trump administration.

272 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-6235-1 • $30.00

A FEDERAL RIGHT TO EDUCATION Fundamental Questions for Our Democracy Edited by KIMBERLY JENKINS ROBINSON With a foreword by MARTHA MINOW Afterword by CONGRESSMAN ROBERT C. “BOBBY” SCOTT Examines how the United States can provide equal educational opportunity to every child

216 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-5746-3 • $30.00

ESSENTIAL LEGAL ENGLISH IN CONTEXT Understanding the Vocabulary of the U.S. Law and Government KAREN M. ROSS An essential handbook for international lawyers and students who want to expand their legal vocabularies. 272 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-3167-8 • $30.00

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THE TOUGHEST GUN CONTROL LAW IN THE NATION The Unfulfilled Promise of New York’s SAFE Act JAMES B. JACOBS and ZOE FUHR A comprehensive assessment of real gun reform legislation with recommendations for common sense gun control 272 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-3561-4 • $35.00

CAPITAL DEFENSE Inside the Lives of America’s Death Penalty Lawyers JON B. GOULD and MAYA PAGNI BARAK “Should be required reading for Supreme Court justices and other public officials who run our country’s machinery of death.” —George H. Kendall, Columbia University 304 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-7375-3 • $35.00

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POLITICS AND POLICY LEGALIZING LGBT FAMILIES How the Law Shapes Parenthood AMANDA K. BAUMLE and D’LANE R. COMPTON “Holds continuing policy relevance even after the extension of marriage rights nationwide.” — American Journal of Sociology 320 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-1181-6 • $28.00

A Functional and Dimensional Framework ALEJANDRO E. CAMACHO and ROBERT L. GLICKSMAN A pioneering model for constructing and assessing government authority and achieving policy goals more effectively. 356 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-2967-5 • $60.00

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FRAGMENTED CITIZENS

The Future of LGBT Rights Edited by CARLOS A. BALL “Addresses the question of what is next now that marriage is attained.” —The Harvard Gay and Lesbian Review

The Changing Landscape of Gay and Lesbian Lives STEPHEN M. ENGEL “A major contribution to the interdisciplinary literature on LGBT rights.” —Contemporary Sociology

368 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-0037-7 • $30.00

432 PAGES •PAPER 978-1-4798-5347-2 • $25.00

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POLITICAL LEGITIMACY

THE POVERTY INDUSTRY The Exploitation of America’s Most Vulnerable Citizens DANIEL L. HATCHER “Meticulously explains the impact of deregulated privatisation on America’s already residual care services.” —Times Higher Education

REORGANIZING GOVERNMENT

288 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-2697-1 • $24.00 In the Families, Law, and Society series

PRIVATIZATION NOMOS LX EDITED BY JACK KNIGHT AND MELISSA SCHWARTZBERG A distinguished group of scholars explore the moral values and political consequences of privatization. 352 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-4293-3 • $65.00 In the NOMOS series

NOMOS LXI Edited by JACK KNIGHT and MELISSA SCHWARTZBERG Essays on the political, legal, and philosophical dimensions of political legitimacy 400 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-8869-6 • $65.00 In the NOMOS series

PROTEST AND DISSENT NOMOS LXII EDITED BY MELISSA SCHWARTZBERG Essays on the justification, strategy, and limits of mass protests and political dissent. 304 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-1051-2 • $65.00 In the NOMOS series

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GREAT FOR COURSES CRITICAL RACE THEORY THIRD EDITION

MANIFEST DESTINIES SECOND EDITION

An Introduction RICHARD DELGADO and JEAN STEFANCIC Foreword by ANGELA HARRIS Updated to include the Black Lives Matter movement, the presidency of Barack Obama, the rise of hate speech on the Internet, and more

The Making of the Mexican American Race LAURA E. GÓMEZ An essential resource for understanding the complex history of Mexican Americans and racial classification in the United States 320 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-9428-4 • $26.00

224 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-0276-0 • $19.00 In the Critical America series

MUST WE DEFEND NAZIS?

RELIGION, LAW, USA

Why the First Amendment Should Not Protect Hate Speech and White Supremacy RICHARD DELGADO and JEAN STEFANCIC A controversial argument for reconsidering the limits of free speech

EDITED BY JOSHUA DUBLER and ISAAC WEINER Offers insight into the complex relationship between religion and law in contemporary America 336 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-9139-9 • $35.00 In the North American Religions series

176 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-5783-8 • $14.95

RACE AND INEQUALITY KILLING WITH PREJUDICE

MULTIRACIALS AND CIVIL RIGHTS

Institutionalized Racism in American Capital Punishment R. J. MARATEA A history of the McCleskey v. Kemp Supreme Court ruling that effectively condoned racism in capital cases

Mixed-Race Stories of Discrimination TANYA KATERÍ HERNÁNDEZ “A must-read for anyone interested in sophisticated analysis of the use of the civil rights laws to challenge discrimination in the United States.” —Kevin R. Johnson, UC Davis School of Law

224 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-8860-3 • $26.00

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HANDS UP, DON’T SHOOT Why the Protests in Ferguson and Baltimore Matter, and How They Changed America JENNIFER E. COBBINA “Her innovative research makes clear the necessity for real change in these dangerous times.” —Jody Miller, author of Getting Played 288 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-7441-5 • $25.00

SETTLER COLONIALISM, RACE, AND THE LAW Why Structural Racism Persists NATSU TAYLOR SAITO What Indigenous sovereignty can teach us about the structural racism encountered by other people of color in the United States 368 PAGES • CLOTH 978-0-8147-2394-4 • $60.00 In the Citizenship and Migration in the Americas series

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HISTORY TROUBLEMAKERS Students’ Rights and Racial Justice in the Long 1960s KATHRYN SCHUMAKER A powerful history of student protests and student rights during the desegregation era 288 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-7513-9 • $45.00

JUSTICE IN A NEW WORLD Negotiating Legal Intelligibility in British, Iberian, and Indigenous America Edited by BRIAN P. OWENSBY and RICHARD J. ROSS A historical and legal examination of the conflict and interplay between settler and indigenous laws in the New World 352 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-0724-6 • $30.00

LOVING JUSTICE Legal Emotions in William Blackstone’s England KATHRYN D. TEMPLE A history of legal emotions in William Blackstone’s Commentaries on the Laws of England, and their relationship to justice. 280 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-9527-4 • $45.00

UPENDING THE IVORY TOWER Civil Rights, Black Power, and the Ivy League STEFAN M. BRADLEY How black students, faculty, and administrators forever changed America’s leading educational institutions and paved the way for social justice and racial progress. 480 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-7399-9 • $35.00

COURTS AND THE LEGAL SYSTEM CRIMINAL TRAJECTORIES DAVID M. DAY and MARGIT WIESNER An exploration of criminal trajectories, placing them in a developmental context 368 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6460-7 • $40.00 In the Psychology and Crime series

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF PROPERTY LAW STEPHANIE STERN and DAPHNA LEWINSOHNZAMIR With a Preface by LINDA J. DEMAINE Considers how research in psychology offers new perspectives on property law rules and doctrines, and suggests avenues of reform 312 PAGES • PAPER • 978-1-4798-7889-5 • $40.00 In the Psychology and the Law series

CRIMINAL TRIALS AND MENTAL DISORDERS

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THOMAS L. HAFEMEISTER The complicated relationship between defendants with mental health disorders and the criminal justice system

A History of the Innocence Movement ROBERT J. NORRIS “A book that will benefit both students and experts of innocence movement.” —The Washington Book Review

384 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6164-4 • $35.00 In the Psychology and Crime series

EXONERATED

304 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-2199-0 • $24.00

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WOMEN AND THE LAW THE POLITICIZATION OF SAFETY

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BLAMING MOTHERS American Law and the Risks to Children’s Health LINDA C. FENTIMAN A gripping explanation of the biases that lead to the blaming of pregnant women and mothers. 416 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6718-9 • $30.00 In the Families, Law, and Society series

Critical Perspectives on Domestic Violence Responses EDITED BY JANE K. STOEVER “If you want to know where the domestic violence field is going, read this book.” —Joan S. Meier, George Washington University Law School 416 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-0628-7 • $35.00 In the Families, Law, and Society series

STORIES FROM TRAILBLAZING WOMEN LAWYERS Lives in the Law JILL NORGREN The captivating story of how a diverse group of women broke the glass ceiling and changed the modern legal profession 304 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-6596-3 • $30.00

THE FUTURE OF TECH IS FEMALE How to Achieve Gender Diversity DOUGLAS M. BRANSON An accessible and timely guide to increasing female presence and leadership in tech companies 336 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-7517-7• $30.00

YOUTH AND FAMILY NEW IN PAPERBACK

THE EVOLUTION OF THE JUVENILE COURT Race, Politics, and the Criminalizing of Juvenile Justice BARRY C. FELD A major statement on the juvenile justice system by one of America’s leading experts

REIMAGINING EQUALITY A New Deal for Children of Color NANCY E. DOWD A comprehensive examination of developmental inequality among children 256 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-9335-5 • $39.00

392 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-7129-2 • $25.00 In the Youth, Crime, and Justice series

THE ECOLOGY OF CHILDHOOD How Our Changing World Threatens Children’s Rights BARBARA BENNETT WOODHOUSE How globalism is undermining sustainable social environments for children 368 PAGES • CLOTH 978-0-8147-9484-5 • $60.00 In the Families, Law, and Society series

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF FAMILY LAW EVE M. BRANK With a Preface By LINDA J. DEMAINE The complicated relationship between defendants with mental health disorders and the criminal justice system 384 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6164-4 • $35.00 In the Psychology and the Law series

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CRIME AND POLICING COPS, CAMERAS, AND CRISIS

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The Potential and the Perils of Police Body-Worn Cameras MICHAEL D. WHITE and AILI MALM The first expert and comprehensive analysis of the surprising impact of bodyworn cameras

The Use and Abuse of a Controversial Policing Tactic MICHAEL D. WHITE and HENRY F. FRADELLA A major statement on the juvenile justice system by one of America’s leading experts

200 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-5015-0 • $25.00

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THE RISE OF BIG DATA POLICING Surveillance, Race, and the Future of Law Enforcement ANDREW GUTHRIE FERGUSON The consequences of big data and algorithm-driven policing and its impact on law enforcement 272 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6997-8 • $19.95

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Confessions and Consequences WILLIAM DOUGLAS WOODY and KRISTA D. FORREST Uses techniques from psychological science and legal theory to explore police interrogation in the U.S. 320 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-1657-6 • $35.00 In the Psychology and Crime

STOP AND FRISK

256 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-5781-4 • $23.00

THE LIMITS OF COMMUNITY POLICING Civilian Power and Police Accountability in Black and Brown Los Angeles LUIS DANIEL GASCÓN and AARON ROUSSELL A critical look at the realities of community policing in South Los Angeles 320 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-4225-4 • $30.00

FIGHT THE POWER African Americans and the Long History of Police Brutality in New York City CLARENCE TAYLOR A story of resistance, power and politics as revealed through New York City’s complex history of police brutality 336 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-6245-0 • $35.00

GENDER AND SEXUALITY LEGALIZING SEX Sexual Minorities, AIDS, and Citizenship in India CHAITANYA LAKKIMSETTI How the rise of HIV in India resulted in government protections for gay groups, transgender people, and sex workers 208 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-2636-0 • $30.00

CAMMING Money, Power, and Pleasure in the Sex Work Industry ANGELA JONES The first inside look at how sex workers use webcams to make a living 344 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-7487-3 • $30.00

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