Publications by Michael J. Klarman
Unfinished Business: Racial Equality in American History, Oxford University Press (2007).
From Jim Crow to Civil Rights: The Supreme Court and the Struggle for Racial Equality, Oxford University Press (2004).
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).
Is the Supreme Court Sometimes Irrelevant?: Race and the Southern Criminal Justice System in the 1940s, 89 Journal of American History 119–153 (2002).
How Great Were the “Great” Marshall Court Decisions?, 87 Virginia Law Review 1111–1184 (2001).
The White Primary Rulings: A Case Study in the Consequences of Supreme Court Decisionmaking, 29 Florida State University Law Review 55–107 (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).
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