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Yale Law Journal’s March 2013 Issue Features Antitrust, Federalism, and Burden of Proof

This issue of The Yale Law Journal (the 5th of Vol. 122, academic year 2012-2013) features new articles and essays on law and legal history. Contents include:
• Article: “Commandeering and Constitutional Change,” by Wesley Campbell
• Article: “Parallel Exclusion,” by C. Scott Hemphill & Tim Wu
• Essay: “Reconceptualizing the Burden of Proof,” by Edward [...]


Leading Voices on Justice Under Law Discuss Civil Liberties, National Security, Gitmo, Immigration and Health Care

Law and the Quest for Justice is a 2013 book featuring evocative essays on hotbed issues of rights, liberty, security and law. An insightful collection of essays from leading voices on the challenges and promise of justice and law, this book is accessible and interesting to a wide audience. It features internationally renowned [...]


Three classic works by Neil Smelser return as quality eBook editions; two in new paperback

Comparative Methods in the Social Sciences:
Even after teaching generations of social scientists, this classic book by Berkeley’s Neil J. Smelser remains the most definitive statement of methodological issues for all comparative scholars and in political science, anthropology, sociology, economics and psychology. Such issues are timeless and therefore Smelser’s lucid analysis remains timely and relevant.
Smelser posits [...]


Margaret Sanger’s 1926 manual Happiness in Marriage: now a convenient eBook

Margaret Sanger (1879-1966) was an iconic American feminist, sex educator, nurse, and birth control activist. She founded Planned Parenthood and wrote numerous articles and books on controversial topics including birth control. She was arrested for espousing contraception and women’s freedom of control over their own bodies. Decades later, and in part from her prosecution and [...]