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Law's Interior
Legal and Literary Constructions of the Self
Kevin M. Crotty
In Law's Interior, Kevin M. Crotty draws on several important literary works to offer a new model of the relationship between citizens and their laws, one that emphasizes the power of law to shape citizens and to foster—or discourage—their autonomy...



The Laws of Innkeepers
For Hotels, Motels, Restaurants, and Clubs
John E.H. Sherry



Lawyers' Ideals/Lawyers' Practices
Transformations in the American Legal Profession
The last two decades have brought unprecedented changes in the practice of law in America. Lawyers have been forced to evaluate self-consciously what they do and why. This collection of eight essays examines the relationship between these changes and...



Legal Naturalism
A Marxist Theory of Law
Olufemi Taiwo
Legal Naturalism advances a clear and convincing case that Marx's theory of law is a form of natural law jurisprudence.



Legally Wed
Same-Sex Marriage and the Constitution
Mark Strasser
"Strasser sets forth many strong legal and moral arguments for opposing the organized right-wing anti-gay anti-marriage campaign now raging state by state, a campaign designed to make this country a house divided in which targeted couples do not know...



Lovesick Japan
Sex * Marriage * Romance * Law
Mark D. West
Exploring the legal perspective on love, sex, and marriage—and their complications—in contemporary Japan.



Making All the Difference
Inclusion, Exclusion, and American Law
Martha Minow
Martha Minow takes a hard look at the way our legal system functions in dealing with people on the basis of race, gender, age, ethnicity, religion, and disability.



Making Women Pay
The Hidden Costs of Fetal Rights
Rachel Roth
Once backed primarily by anti-abortion activists, fetal rights claims are now promoted by a wide range of interest groups in American society. Government and corporate policies to define and enforce fetal rights have become commonplace. These...



The Morning Breaks
The Trial of Angela Davis
Bettina Aptheker
A riveting firsthand account of Angela Davis's 1970 trial and her ultimate triumph, written by an activist in the student, civil rights, and antiwar movements who was intimately involved in the struggle for her release.



Nations of Emigrants
Shifting Boundaries of Citizenship in El Salvador and the United States
Susan Bibler Coutin
Coutin analyzes the case of emigration from El Salvador to the United States to consider how current forms of migration challenge conventional understandings of borders, citizenship, and migration itself.



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