Law and Social Inquiry
Mary Ann Glendon has written a powerful and persuasive diagnosis of the ills besetting modern American society. Unlike many other commentators, Glendon refuses to lay the blame on any single group or institution but spreads her accusations widely across society. For that reason, this book is sure to displease ideologues and fellow travelers on both the left and the right, but it is her impartial and relatively apolitical stance that gives the book its major strengths.
Rights Talk: Must We Mean What We Say?, 17 Law and Social Inquiry. 491
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