Reviews of the following books:
A Bill of No Rights: Attica and the American Prison System, by Herman Badillo and Milton Haynes (1972),
Counsel for the Deceived: Case Studies in Consumer Fraud, by Phillip G. Schrag (1972),
Medina, by Mary McCarthy (1972),
Redman’s Land, White Man’s Law: A Study of the Past and Present Status of the American Indian, by Wilcomb E. Washburn (1971),
The Drug Hang-Up: America’s Fifty-Year Folly, by Rufus King (1972),
Crime, Dissent, and the Attorney General: The Justice Department in the 1960s, by John T. Elliff (1971),
Suffragists and Democrats: The Politics of Woman Suffrage in America, by David Morgan (1972), and
Lippmann, Liberty, and the Press, by John Luskin (1972).
Voting rights advocates should explore section 11(b) of the Voting Rights Act as a vehicle to combat voter intimidation.
DOJ guidance for mentally impaired detainees in immigration removal proceedings should be amended to provide counsel at earlier signs of incompetence.
Mandatory arbitration for guestworkers, a uniquely vulnerable group, will result in class inequality and worse conditions for all workers.
Labor organizing privilege is not a magic bullet that will secure the rights of workers to organize and collectively bargain. Employers will continue to resist the efforts of their workers to organize.