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BROWSE PRINCETON'S SERIES (by title) in The Public Square

Ruth O'Brien, Series Editor

The Public Square series showcase some of the world's finest public intellectuals writing on topics at the forefront of public discourse. It features authors--be they professors, journalists, essayists, poets, or novelists--whose distinctive voices resonate both within, and far beyond, the confines of the academy. Artful, accessible, and analytical, their essays contribute to international dialogue, shape and frame national debates, and engage with enduring and fundamental questions.

The Advisory Board:

 Eric Alterman

 K. Anthony Appiah

 Alan Brinkley

 Mitchell Cohen

 Martha Fineman

 Ira Katznelson

 Robin D. G. Kelly

 Gara LaMarche

 Lewis H. Lapham

 Nicholas Lemann

 Doug McAdam

 Louis Menand

 James Morone

 Jo-Ann Mort

 David Nasaw

 Victor Navasky

 Anne Norton

 Frances Fox Piven

 John Podesta

 Jill Quadagno

 Rogers Smith

 Deborah Stone

 Philipa Strum

 Cass Sunstein

 Neera Tanden

 Michael Walzer

 William Julius Wilson

(Go to Listing by Author)

bookjacketThe Case for Big Government.
J. Madrick.

bookjacketThe End of the West:
The Once and Future Europe.
D. Marquand.

bookjacketHidden in Plain Sight:
The Tragedy of Children's Rights from Ben Franklin to Lionel Tate.
B. Woodhouse.

bookjacketNot For Profit:
Why Democracy Needs the Humanities.
M.C. Nussbaum.

bookjacketNot for Profit:
Why Democracy Needs the Humanities.
M.C. Nussbaum.

bookjacketOn the Muslim Question.
A. Norton.

bookjacketThe Politics of the Veil.
J.Wallach Scott.

bookjacketThe Posthuman Dada Guide:
tzara and lenin play chess.
A. Codrescu.

bookjacketUncouth Nation:
Why Europe Dislikes America.
A.S. Markovits.

bookjacketThe Whites of Their Eyes:
The Tea Party's Revolution and the Battle over American History.
J. Lepore.

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File created: 9/8/2014

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