Books by Richard Maxwell Brown

Released: Nov. 1, 1991

"Brown's information and theories are interesting enough, but too little logical thread holds the various arguments together as the author digresses from his legal argument to sociohistorical theorizing."
A confused and tedious treatment of the legal doctrine and moral tradition in America of ``no duty to retreat''—the doctrine that one need not retreat when attacked, but may stand one's ground and defend oneself. Read full book review >