AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
f SPEAKING FREELY
Trials of the First Amendment
Floyd re-creates seven of the most important
cases of his career—landmark Supreme Court
rulings that uphold key First Amendment protections, including the Pentagon Papers case.
“A fascinating book. Abrams is an engaging
writer....He lets the law emerge from the facts,
a wise thing in literature as in law.”—Times
Literary Supplement. “A rare opportunity to
understand how our most fundamental rights
and liberties are questioned, defended and
defined.”—Geoffrey R. Stone, author of
Perilous Times: Free Speech in Wartime.
Penguin • 336 pp. • 978-0-14-303675-3 • $16.00
Joan Jacobs Brumberg
The Boy Murderer
“Not only spectacularly told and compellingly written history—it is one of the most
thought-provoking and engaging analyses of
juvenile justice policy to be published in recent
years.“—Laurence Steinberg, Temple Univ.
Penguin • 256 pp. • 978-0-14-200488-3 • $15.00
America’s Greatest Crime Wave
and the Birth of the FBI, 1933–1934
“It is hard to imagine a more careful, complete
and entrancing book on the subject, and on
this era.”—The Washington Post.
Penguin • 624 pp. • 978-0-14-303537-4 • $16.00
A New York Times Notable Book; A Washington
Post Book of the Year; an Amazon.com Best Book of
the Year: Top 50 Editors” Picks
“Superb. The most stunning memoir ever written about the cop world. Detective Edward
Conlon of the NYPD is a terrific journalist and
a born storyteller.”—Joseph Wambaugh.
Riverhead • 576 pp. • 978-1-59448-073-7 • $16.00
A National Book Critics Circle Award Nominee; a
Library Journal Best Book; an Amazon.com ‘Break
Out Books” Winner; a Borders Original Voices
Award Finalist; a Barnes & Noble Discover Great
New Writers Award 3rd place Finalist
Rick Cowan and Douglas Century
The Fall of the Last Mafia Empire
“Utterly serious in scope...a nuts-and-bolts
tale of how to break down organized crime.”
—Detroit Free Press.
Berkley • 384 pp. • 978-0-425-19299-3 • $7.99
N. Bruce Duthu
f AMERICAN INDIANS AND THE LAW
See American Diplomacy and Foreign Policy, p. 8
Willard Gaylin, M.D.
THE KILLING OF BONNIE GARLAND
“A powerful and passionate indictment.”
— The Cleveland Plain Dealer. This masterly
account questions psychiatric testimony and
analyzes the conflict between the rights of the
accused and society’s right to justice. Photos.
Penguin • 376 pp. • 978-0-14-025095-4 • $17.00
Jan Crawford Greenburg
f SUPREME CONFLICT
The Inside Story of the Struggle for Control
of the United States Supreme Court
“Chronicles the twenty-year battle over the
meaning and direction of the Constitution.
... The material is fresh and the rich details will
force anyone who has accepted the conventional wisdom about incidents such as Clarence
Thomas’s first term or the bungled nomination
of Harriet Miers to see these and other episodes in a new light. A tour de force!”—Dennis
Hutchinson, University of Chicago Law School,
editor of The Supreme Court Review.
Penguin Press • 320 pp. • 978-1-59420-101-1 • $27.95
f THE DEPORTER
One Agent’s Struggle against the U.S.
Government to Expel Criminal Aliens
A former federal deportation officer exposes
the worst aspects of immigration policy.
Sentinel • 256 pp. • 978-1-59523-041-6 • $24.95
Harvey Kushner, with Bart Davis
f HOLY WAR ON THE HOME FRONT
The Secret Islamic Terror Network
in the United States
Kushner, a respected adviser to the FBI, the
FAA, the INS, and other government agencies, offers frightening new evidence of a
unified Islamic terrorist network that is operating inside the United States and planning
new opportunities to strike. “Kushner has
performed a useful task in reducing a mass of
extraordinarily complex data to easily comprehensible form.”—New York Post.
Sentinel • 256 pp. • 978-1-59523-018-8 • $14.95
CLOSED CHAMBERS: The Rise, Fall,
and Future of the Modern Supreme Court
“Ambitious, opinionated, scholarly...wonder-ful...a crash course in contemporary
constitutional law and judicial culture.”
—Newsday. “Impeccably researched and
impressively documented.”—Boston Globe.
Penguin • 608 pp. • 978-0-14-303527-5 • $18.00
f GOD ON TRIAL: Dispatches from
America’s Religious Battlefields
An in-depth look at six recent landmark court
battles over the separation of church and state.
“Clarif[ies] the legal issues in these important
cases as well as what one federal judge called
the Supreme Court’s ‘utterly standardless’
Viking • 384 pp. • 978-0-670-03851-0 • $26.95
f A PEOPLE’S HISTORY
OF THE SUPREME COURT
Revised and Updated Edition
Preface by Howard Zinn
“Outstanding...Vividly recounts the dra-
matic stories behind the Court’s landmark
cases.”—Nadine Strossen, NYU Law School.
“This intriguing book is both concise and
comprehensive.”—Robert F. Drinan,
Georgetown University Law School.
Penguin • 576 pp. • 978-0-14-303738-5 • $18.00
JIM CROW’S CHILDREN
The Broken Promise of the Brown Decision
“An engaging, panoramic history of school
desegregation, including the exhilarating
breakthroughs and the heartbreaking set-
backs.”—The Washington Post. Index.
Penguin • 400 pp. • 978-0-14-200375-6 • $16.00
American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award
Winner; The American Political Science Association
Prize for Best Book in the Area of Ethnic and Racial
Politics in Public Policy and Law
THE COURAGE OF THEIR CONVICTIONS
Sixteen Americans Who Fought
Their Way to the Supreme Court
“[An] extraordinary book revealing the live
faces behind the masks of constitutional law;
to read it is to understand the inner dynamics
of law’s outward development.”—Lawrence
Penguin • 448 pp. • 978-0-14-012810-9 • $16.00
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