Recent GWorks Posts

Under the Sun, the Brookings Institution, technology and the future of law


In Camera We Trust, why we can live without cameras in the Supreme Court


Enervation, what to do with the failure of the Congressional “Super-Committee.”


GWorks Reviews: The Myth of Choice, a review of Kent Greenfield’s study of the limits of choice and a comment on the perils of determinism.


GWorks Interviews: Kent Greenfield, Boston College Law School professor and author of The Myth of Choice: Personal Responsibility in a World of Limits (October 2011), discusses understanding choice, its limits and effects.


GWorks Interviews: Adam Winkler

The UCLA Constitutional Law professor talks about his new book, Gunfight: The Battle Over the Right to Bear Arms in America (W.W. Norton, September 2011)



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The Logic of a Campaign Speech

While a Congressman by title, a politician I never have been nor will I ever hope to be, because I am not motivated in this quest by vainglory or the promise of political power.


Michele Bachmann

ending her Presidential campaign

Wednesday 4 January 2012