Books by Laura Kalman

Released: May 2, 2017

"Kalman presents an accessible, lucid brief on how our Supreme Court appointment system became the mess that it is."
A historically driven explanation for how the Supreme Court appointment process got to be where it is today. Read full book review >
Released: June 28, 2010

"Richly rewarding look back at an ambiguous age in American memory."
Kalman (History/University of California at Santa Barbara; Yale Law School and the Sixties, 2009, etc.) picks up where Rick Perlstein left off in Nixonland (2008), when Gerald Ford took office from his disgraced predecessor in August 1974. Read full book review >