Ronald Collins Books

Ronald Collins is the Harold S. Shefelman scholar at the University of Washington 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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05.02.13 Ask the author: Alex Wohl on Tom and Ramsey Clark and the Constitution
04.04.13 Academic highlight: Internal memos of Greenmoss case reveal doubts about Sullivan ruling
03.08.13 More forthcoming books
11.09.12 Twelve forthcoming books
10.22.12 Q & A with Jeffrey Toobin
08.24.12 Book preview: Another Thurgood Marshall biography coming this winter
08.13.12 Online Alexander Bickel symposium: Foreword — looking back while moving forward
03.12.12 353 books by Supreme Court Justices (UPDATED 11/7/12)
12.13.11 Book review: Eye on the Court
11.18.11 Book preview: Finally, a biography of Judge Henry J. Friendly
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