When Rights Went Right
Is the American conception of constitutional rights too absolute?
How Rights Went Wrong: Why Our Obsession with Rights Is Tearing America Apart
by Jamal Greene, with a foreword by Jill Lepore
April 21, 2022 issue
Less Punishment, More Justice
We need to rethink the institutional structures that will determine criminal justice policy for years to come.
Punishment Without Crime: How Our Massive Misdemeanor System Traps the Innocent and Makes America More Unequal
by Alexandra Natapoff
Prisoners of Politics: Breaking the Cycle of Mass Incarceration
by Rachel Elise Barkow
July 23, 2020 issue
Keeping Up Appearances
‘The Chief: The Life and Turbulent Times of Chief Justice John Roberts’ by Joan Biskupic and ‘The Company They Keep: How Partisan Divisions Came to the Supreme Court’ by Neal Devins and Lawrence Baum
The Company They Keep: How Partisan Divisions Came to the Supreme Court
by Neal Devins and Lawrence Baum
The Chief: The Life and Turbulent Times of Chief Justice John Roberts
by Joan Biskupic
August 15, 2019 issue
The US Constitution Brought to Life
The Constitution is both a very old document written by dead white men and a living commitment, spanning centuries, to strive together to uphold a set of fundamental values. Critical engagement is what is called for—and that is precisely what Heidi Schreck provides.
April 30, 2019
An Indictment in All But Name
The Mueller report portrays a consistent pattern of deception and repeated efforts to impede the investigation.
Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election
by Robert S. Mueller III
May 23, 2019 issue