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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09.15.20 Ask the author: The evasive virtues and Supreme Court confirmation hearings
07.31.20 Ask the author: Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes and “the loneliness of original work”
06.04.20 Ask the authors: The long and winding road from shortlisted to selected for female Supreme Court nominees
03.13.20 Ask the author: Lawyers’ law – Those who helped the Supreme Court shape the environmental law of the land
12.17.19 Ask the author: The enduring and controversial legacy of the Warren Court
11.07.19 Ask the author: Making the invisible justice visible – “The Enigma of Clarence Thomas”
09.20.19 Ask the authors: The originalist republic – Justice Gorsuch’s “A Republic, If You Can Keep It”
04.11.19 Ask the author: “Mr. Everything” – Joan Biskupic on Chief Justice John Roberts
03.28.19 Ask the author: “The great oracle of American legal thought” – revisiting the life and times of Justice Holmes
01.23.19 Ask the authors: The Supreme Court and the law of and for elites
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