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Brennan Center launches books website

Justice, books and ideas – that’s the regular line-up for a newly launched books website from the non-partisan and non-profit Brennan Center for Justice at NYU’s School of Law. Called Just Books, the site features essays, Q&As, excerpts and suggested reading from political and scholarly VIPs.

Right now on the site you can find the books that Bill Clinton and Sandra Day O’Connor recommend for law students, an author talk with David Remnick and excerpt from his new Obama biography, along with several book reviews. Garry Wills, Eric Alterman, Michelle Alexander, Gretchen Rubin, Theodore Marmor, Dahlia Lithwick, Hon. Mickey Edwards and Jeff Shesol also appear on the site.

Susan Lehman, who oversees the Brennan Center's public education and public advocacy efforts, is the editor of the site.

--Stephen Lowman

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By Steven E. Levingston  |  April 8, 2010; 12:41 PM ET
 | Tags: Arts, Bill Clinton, Book review, Brennan Center for Justice, David Remnick, Garry Wills, Literature, Sandra Day O'Connor  
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Wishing the brennan center much good luck, it sounds an innovative and firm project.

Posted by: jacobpeters | April 11, 2010 8:25 PM | Report abuse

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