Gendering the Fair: Histories of Women and Gender at World's Fairs
TJ Boisseau and Abigail M. Markwyn (eds)
Flame of Love Project
Feminist Legal History: Essays on Women and Law
Tracy A. Thomas and Tracey Jean Boisseau
Sound-Bite Saboteurs: Public Discourse, Education, and the State of Democratic Deliberation
Julie Drew, William Lyons, Lance Svehla
Punishing Schools: Fear and Citizenship in American Public Education
William Lyons and Julie Drew
"Thoughts on September 11th-October 15, 2001-Condemnation Without Absolutes," by Stanley Fish
“Deadly Symbiosis: When Ghetto and Prison Meet and Mesh.” Loic Wacquant Punishment & Society, v3n1 2001, pp. 95-134.
"White Priviledge," by Peggy McIntosh
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“Why Are Incarceration Rates So High?” Michael Tonry, Crime & Delinquency v45 n4 October 1999, pages 419-437.
“The Politics of Punishing: How Institutionalized Power, Activist Governance and Citizen Participation Matter to the Rise and Fall of Incarceration,” Vanessa Barker, Punishment & Society, 2006.
“How Deliberation Affects Policy Decisions,” Jason Barabas, American Political Science Review, November 2004, v98n4, pp. 687-701.
“Oven Bird’s Song: Insiders, Outsiders, and Personal Injury in an American Community,” by David Engel, in Law & Society Review, v18n4, 1984, pages 551-582.
“Why the ‘Haves’ Come Out Ahead: Speculations on the Limits of Legal Change,” by Marc Galanter, in Law & Society Review, v9n1, 1974, pages 95-160.
“Misperceptions, the Media, and the Iraq War,” by Steven Kull, Clay Ramsay, Evan Lewis, in Political Science Quarterly v118n4, Winter 2003-4, pages 569-98.
"Misinformation and the 2010 Election," Clay Ramsay, Steven Kull, Evan Lewis. December 10, 2010.