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A former Supreme Court Justice offers his personal amendments to the Constitution, despite the almost impossibility of any of them becoming the law of the land.

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by Todd S. Purdum

This riveting account of the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act keeps you asking, "Will it pass?" even though you know from history that it does.

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Two experts present a nuanced case on the American health care system, arguing that we focus too much on symptoms and too little on root causes.

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American Epic

Garrett Epps

A constitutional camerado inspires us to read our founding document.

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The American Senate: An Insider’s History

Neil MacNeil and Richard A. Baker

A look at how Congress’ upper chamber came to its current state of dysfunction.

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On Dissent: Its Meaning in America

Ronald K. L. Collins and David M. Skover

Two professors of constitutional law tease out the meaning of dissent.

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Mark Seal

In this real-life thriller, a reporter follows the trail of a remarkable master of deceit.

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Two fine biographies look at the deeply flawed man behind some of history’s most famous legal cases.