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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01.23.19 Ask the authors: The Supreme Court and the law of and for elites
12.26.18 David M. O’Brien (1951-2018): Noted political scientist and Supreme Court scholar
10.18.18 Ask the author: The imperial presidency and the Supreme Court
05.15.18 Ask the author: “We the Corporations”
03.19.18 Ask the author: Antonin Scalia – “The Justice of Contradictions”
12.15.17 Ask the author: Justice Robert Jackson’s revealing thoughts and unpublished opinion in Brown v. Board of Education
10.26.17 Book review: Justice Scalia’s living words
06.30.17 Summer reading for court watchers
04.13.17 Ask the author: A critique of a concept – Dorsen on Justice Scalia’s jurisprudence
12.22.16 Ask the author: Justice Ginsburg in her own words . . . and then some
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