Life of the Mind

From the Bookshelf

Crime and Culpability: A Theory of Criminal Law By Larry Alexander ’65 et al. Cambridge University Press, 2009. An overview of what criminal law would look like if punishment were commensurate with but not greater than deserved.   The Life of Herbert Hoover: Imperfect Visionary, 1918-1928 By Kendrick A. Clements ’60. Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. A

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Doctoring Freedom

by Denise DiFulco “Black soldiers during the Civil War wrote about their own medical experiences. They were wounded or sick or they saw white soldiers getting better care. Sickness is one of those things that puts them on the page a bit.” Before she attended graduate school at the University of Chicago, Associate Professor of

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Observe the Mighty Falling

“When the Eliot [Spitzer] thing exploded, I was there, I experienced it all, but I didn’t really feel like I understood what had just happened. I figured if I reviewed the sequence of events, I would understand what happened.” by Denise DiFulco In the fall of 2003, Lloyd Constantine ’69 wrapped up the largest federal

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