Saturday, July 8, 2006
The American Psychological Association Review of Books recently reviewed University of Chicago School of Law CrimProf Bernard E. Harcourt's new book, Language of the Gun.
The review called the book an "erudite, fascinating, and boldly reasoned volume." "It is an important book," the review states, "one that forces each of us to examine the assumptions that underlie our work. Harcourt's work is a gift to the field, a work that stimulates, frustrates, inspires, and, most important, motivates us to think and read more." [Mark Godsey]