Ronald Collins Books

Ronald Collins is the Harold S. Shefelman scholar at the University of Washington School of Law. He is the author or editor of several books including On Dissent: Its Meaning in America (2013), Nuanced Absolutism: Floyd Abrams & the First Amendment (2013), We Must not be Afraid to be Free (2011), The Fundamental Holmes (2010), The Trials of Lenny Bruce (2002), The Death of Discourse (1992), and Constitutional Government in America (1980).

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12.22.16 Ask the author: Justice Ginsburg in her own words . . . and then some
12.21.16 An end-of-the year round-up of books about the court — its most recent term, its Jewish justices, its law clerks, its history, and its treatment of bankruptcy law
11.28.16 Ask the author: Adler and others on “Business and the Roberts Court”
07.08.16 Ask the authors: Graetz & Greenhouse on the Burger Court
11.27.15 Ask the author: Paul Moke on Earl Warren — The man & his measure
08.10.15 New or forthcoming books on the Supreme Court, including one by Justice Stephen Breyer
06.19.15 The 2014 Term & the First Amendment — Surprising twists & turns
04.29.15 Foreword: Are elected state judges now “above the political fray”?
01.28.15 New & forthcoming books on the Supreme Court
11.12.14 Ask the author: Garrett Epps on clashing visions on the Court
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