Books by David K. Shipler

FREEDOM OF SPEECH by David K. Shipler
Released: May 12, 2015

"Good stories, great interviews, and a potent plea on behalf of vigilant listening."
A Pulitzer Prize winner surveys the American cultural and political landscape and asks if "the freedom to hear" remains intact. Read full book review >
Released: March 5, 2012

"A colorful account of our early-21st-century faithlessness to principles we at least pretend to revere."
A Pulitzer Prize winner resumes his well-reported account of the assault on our constitutional rights in a post-9/11 world. Read full book review >
Released: April 20, 2011

"A timely call for vigilance, for insisting on the protections the Framers provided against an always overreaching government."
As the country wages simultaneous "wars" against drugs and terrorism, a former New York Times reporter and Pulitzer Prize-winning author warns against trading our freedoms for the illusion of security. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 6, 2004

"A sobering work of investigation, as incisive—and necessary—as kindred reports by Michael Harrington, Jacob Riis, and Barbara Ehrenreich."
A damning report on poverty in America. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 17, 1997

Former New York Times correspondent and Pulitzer Prize winner Shipler (Arab and Jew, 1986; Russia, 1983) reports from the front line where black and white America collide, divide, overlap, and, too rarely, coexist. Read full book review >