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Democracy & Justice: Collected Writings, Vol. V

Democracy & Justice: Collected Writings, Vol. V

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This volume is a sample of the Brennan Center’s work on all fronts in the fight for democracy and justice in 2011. Material is drawn from Brennan Center reports, policy proposals, and issue briefs, in addition to public remarks, legal briefs, Congressional testimony, and op-ed pieces delivered at Brennan Center events or written by Brennan Center staff.
This volume is a sample of the Brennan Center’s work on all fronts in the fight for democracy and justice in 2011. Material is drawn from Brennan Center reports, policy proposals, and issue briefs, in addition to public remarks, legal briefs, Congressional testimony, and op-ed pieces delivered at Brennan Center events or written by Brennan Center staff.

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 Volume Five
DEMOCRACY & JUSTICECOLLECTEDWRITINGSBRENNANCENTERFOR JUSTICE
 Voting Law Changes
 Wendy Weiser, Lawrence Norden
 
Secret Funds Floodthe Courts
 Adam Skaggs, Maria da Silva 
 
RethinkingRadicalization
Faiza Patel
 
Free Speech DoubleStandard
Monica Youn
 
PLUS:
 
ON Judging
Hon. Diane P. Wood
 
fighting terrorism at home
Rep. Bennie Thompson, Hon. John O. Brennan,Geoffrey Stone
 
Curbing Secrecy 
Hon. Christopher Shays, Barton Gellman
 
Reform at Stake
Charles Fried, Cliff Sloan
 
9/11: ten years later 
Hon. Janet Napolitano
 
Fixing BrokenGovernment
 Jacob Hacker, Michael Waldman
 
Money, Politics, andthe Constitution
Robert Post, Richard Pildes, Samuel Issacharoff,Mark C. Alexander, Richard Briffault,Zephyr Teachout
 
 
© 2012. Tis paper is covered by the Creative Commons “Attribution-No Derivs-NonCommercial”license (see http://creativecommons.org). It may be reproduced in its entirety as long as the BrennanCenter is credited, a link to the Center’s web page is provided, and no charge is imposed. Te papermay not be reproduced in part or in altered orm, or i a ee is charged, without the Center’s permis-sion. Please let the Brennan Center know i you reprint.
The Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law
Te Brennan Center or Justice at New York University School o Law is a non-partisan public policy and law institute that ocuses on the undamental issues o democracy and justice. Our work rangesrom voting rights to campaign fnance reorm, rom racial justice in criminal law to Constitutionalprotection in the fght against terrorism. A singular institution – part think tank, part public interestlaw frm, part advocacy group – the Brennan Center combines scholarship, legislative and legal advo-cacy, and communications to win meaningul, measurable change in the public sector.
About Democracy & Justice: Collected Writings 2011
Te material in this volume is excerpted rom Brennan Center reports, policy proposals, and issuebries. We’ve also excerpted material rom public remarks, legal bries, Congressional testimony,and op-ed pieces written by Brennan Center sta in 2011. Te volume was compiled and edited by  Jeanine Plant-Chirlin and Michael Waldman. Erik Opsal and Kimberly Lubrano provided invaluableassistance in producing the volume. For a ull version o any material printed herein, complete withootnotes, please contact Jeanine Plant-Chirlin at jeanine.plant-chirlin@nyu.edu.

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