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A Backhanded View of the Law
Irreverent Essays on Justice

Mordecai Rosenfeld,

introduction by Louis Auchincloss

"...fresh, beautifully written and humorous examinations of subjects as varied as the invasion of Panama, the true nature of Draco, Steinberg's Dairy Restaurant and age discrimination statutes...In short, Mordecai Rosenfeld's book is a find."
The Times Literary Supplement

"The one bright thing to look forward to in the mail is the regular advent of the Mordecai Rosenfeld essay."
Geoffrey Lane
Lord Chief Justice of England

"...any Rosenfeld essay can be a tonic to restore the spirits."

Dee Brown Author,
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee

236 pages, 6 x 9.
First published in 1992 by Ox Bow Press.

Cloth $24.95    ISBN 0-918024-90-0

A Man's Life
An Autobiography

Roger Wilkins

"An important, ground-breaking work."
The New York Times

Since Booker T. Washington's Up From Slavery, autobiography has been a major literary endeavor of African Americans seeking their part of the American dream. In A Man's Life, that search reaches into the Oval Office as a young Assistant Attorney General works to make civil rights a key part of "The Great Society." Through the pages pass many of the leading actors of the turbulent 60s. More than a biography, this book is part of the social history of one of the most dynamic periods of American history.

384 pages, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2.
Reprint of first edition published in 1982.

Paper $22.    ISBN 0-918024-83-8

The Shakespeare Transcripts

Mark P. Friedlander, Jr. and Robert W. Kenny

"Clever and amusing..." 
Publishers Weekly

"A plot of historical and academic intrigue. Recommended for armchair Shakespeareans."
Library Journal

The Shakespeare Transcripts is a romantic mystery, a fictional account of a trial between Sir Francis Bacon and William Shakespeare, litigating the authorship of the Shakespeare plays. The book builds to two exciting climaxes separated by four centuries.

280 pages, 6x9.
First published in 1993 by Ox Bow Press.

Cloth $24.95    ISBN 0-918024-94-3

The Humane Imagination

Charles L. Black, Jr.

"A richly rewarding collection of essays by the poet laureate of the American Constitution."

Walter Dellinger
Professor Black's accomplishments as scholar and activist place him in the first rank of American law. He worked on the landmark desegregation case of Brown vs. Board of Education and played a central role in many of the most important subsequent civil rights cases brought before the Supreme Court. This collection of essays vividly demonstrates the graceful manner in which Black unites a mastery of the technical demands of legal thinking with a keen sense of human history.

201 pages, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2.
First published in 1986 by Ox Bow Press.

Cloth $25.    ISBN 0-918024-43-9

Structure and Relationship in Constitutional Law

Charles L. Black, Jr.

Black begins by tracing crucial elements in the development of constitutional law which have been strongly influenced by the method of inference, and then goes on to consider the implications of our preference for the method of textual explication.

CONTENTS: Inference from Structure: The Neglected Method ­ Some Particular Structural Considerations in Constitutional Law ­ Constitutional Structure and Judicial Review.

98 pages, 5 1/2 x 8.
Reprint of first edition published in 1969.

Paper $18.    ISBN 0-918024-44-7

Cloth $30.
   ISBN 0-918024-42-0


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