Chemerinsky, Erwin

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Presumed Guilty: How the Supreme Court Empowered the Police and Subverted Civil Rights

Chemerinsky provides an insightful primer for understanding the judicial decisions that support the United States’ prevailing authoritarian, paramilitary, racist approach to policing. He points out problems but also lays out steps to overcoming the Supreme Court’s consistent failure. A thoughtful, provocative, and instructive must-read for anyone concerned with justice and domestic tranquility.

We the People: A Progressive Reading of the Constitution for the Twenty-First Century

Those troubled by the Court's trending rightward can take solace in Chemerinsky's learned articulation of a different outlook. His valuable counterpoint to the current Court's dominant view is recommended for all collections.

The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

Writing for a scholarly audience, the author clearly makes the case that conservative ideology has diluted traditional constitutional rights and liberties. Recommended for academic, public, and law libraries.

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