Martha Minow contends that the current digital media environment is responsible for a crisis that should be addressed through government action
With the rise of social media and the decline of traditional news outlets, especially local news, “constitutional democracy itself is in the balance,” writes Minow in her new book.
In his new book, Noah Feldman reveals Lincoln’s role in breaking — and remaking — the U.S. Constitution
In his new book, Noah Feldman offers a fresh perspective on the decisions Abraham Lincoln made regarding the U.S. Constitution — many of which he describes as legally indefensible.
A wide range of books by faculty, from a collection of essays on the ethics of consumer genetic testing to a look at the fate of constitutional institutions in populist regimes to a delightful children's book by a legal philosopher.