Books by Mary Ann Glendon

Released: Nov. 1, 1994

"Well written and thought provoking, if not totally convincing."
An entertaining addition to the growing shelf of books about the discontents of lawyers and, by implication, the rest of the citizenry who has to put up with them. Read full book review >
Released: Sept. 1, 1991

"A forceful and valuable analysis of the banality of modern American public debate."
Here, Harvard Law School professor Glendon argues eloquently and persuasively that modern American political discourse, by emphasizing an ever-expanding catalogue of rights to the exclusion of duties and responsibilities, has lost the central role in civic life envisioned for it by the Founding Fathers. Read full book review >