Publications by Michael J. Klarman


Book Chapters

Powell v. Alabama: The Supreme Court Confronts “Legal Lynchings”, in Criminal Procedure Stories, Cambridge University Press, 1-44 (2008).
Race and Rights, in Cambridge History of Law in America, Cambridge University Press, 403-441, 830 (2008).
Brown v. Board of Education: Law or Politics?, in From the Grassroots to the Supreme Court: Brown v. Board of Education and American Democracy, Duke University Press, 198-224 (2004).
Civil Liberties (Update 2),, in Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, Macmillan Reference USA, 382-384 (2 ed. 2000).
Substantive Due Process (Update 2), in Encyclopedia of the American Constitution, Macmillan Reference USA, 2576-2578 (2 ed. 2000).

Articles & Reviews

Brown and Lawrence (and Goodridge), 104 Michigan Law Review 431-489 (2005).
Why Brown v. Board of Education Was a Hard Case, The Judges’ Journal 6-14 (2004).
Brown at 50, 90 Virginia Law Review 1613-1633 (2004).
How Great Were the “Great” Marshall Court Decisions?, 87 Virginia Law Review 1111-1184 (2001).
Rethinking the History of American Freedom, 42 William & Mary Law Review 265-288 (2000).
The Racial Origins of Modern Criminal Procedure, 99 Michigan Law Review 48-97 (2000).

Op-Eds, Blogs, Shorter Works

Better Late than Never, New York Times A21 (May 17, 2004).
It Could Have Gone the Other Way, The Nation 24-26, 28 (May 3, 2004).
Are Landmark Court Decisions All That Important?, Chronicle of Higher Education B10-11 (August 8, 2003).