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Salenius, Sirpa An Abolitionist Abroad
Sarah Parker Remond in Cosmopolitan Europe
Sarat, Austin, and Javier Lezaun, eds. Catastrophe
Law, Politics, and the Humanitarian Impulse
Sarat, Austin, and Karl Shoemaker, eds. Who Deserves to Die?
Constructing the Executable Subject
Sarat, Austin, and Martha Merrill Umphrey, eds. Reimagining To Kill a Mockingbird
Family, Community, and the Possibility of Equal Justice under Law
Sarat, Austin, Carleen R. Basler, and Thomas L. Dumm, eds. Performances of Violence [node-title]
Sarat, Austin, Lawrence Douglas, and Martha Merrill Umphrey, eds. Criminals and Enemies
Sarat, Austin, Lawrence Douglas, and Martha Merrill Umphrey, eds. Law and Performance
Sarat, Austin, Lawrence Douglas, and Martha Merrill Umphrey, eds. Law and Mourning
Sarat, Austin, Lawrence Douglas, and Martha Umphrey, eds. Law's Mistakes
Sarti, Roland. Long Live the Strong
A History of Rural Society in the Apennine Mountains
Satterfield, Jay. "The World's Best Books"
Taste, Culture, and the Modern Library
Scanlon, Sandra. The Pro-War Movement
Domestic Support for the Vietnam War and the Making of Modern American Conservatism
Schafer, William J. The Truman Nelson Reader
Schaffner, Spencer Binocular Vision
The Politics of Representation in Birdwatching Field Guides
Schell, Jennifer. "A Bold and Hardy Race of Men"
The Lives and Literature of American Whalemen
Schmalzer, Sigrid, Daniel S. Chard, and Alyssa Botelho, eds. Science for the People
Documents from America's Movement of Radical Scientists
Schmitt, Edward R. President of the Other America
Robert Kennedy and the Politics of Poverty
Schmitz, Neil. White Robe's Dilemma
Tribal History in American Literature
Schneider, Mark Robert. Gerry Studds
America's First Openly Gay Congressman
Schulman, Vanessa Meikle. Work Sights
The Visual Culture of Industry in Nineteenth-Century America