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Prof. Monroe Freedman’s How Can You Represent Those People? Sells Out on 1st Day

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Professor Monroe Freedman’s book, How Can You Represent Those People? (ed. with Abbe Smith), was published on August 12. The book was sold out the first day. The publisher, Palgrave/Macmillan, wrote:  “The incredible early success of the book is, frankly, unprecedented for us.”  The sixteen essayists in the book include Michael Tigar, Alan Dershowitz, Barbara Babcock, and Paul Butler.

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