Tuesday, May 11, 2010

IntLawGrrl reviewed

IntLawGrrl Naomi Cahn's brand-new Red Families v. Blue Families: Legal Polarization and the Creation of Culture (2010), co-authored with Missouri-Kansas City Law Professor June Carbone, received extended treatment in yesterday's New York Times column by Ross Douthat.
Imitating movie ads, here're some of the adjectives Douthat used to describe the book:
► "provocative"
► "nuanced"


Marjorie Florestal said...

Horray Naomi & June! This was an informative, fair and interesting review that has only whetted my appetite for the book. Congratulations on writing what is obviously a thought-provoking and timely book.

Naomi Norberg said...

oo yeah. Just checked the table of contents on Amazon. Looks very interesting. Congratulations Naomi & June!

Naomi said...

Thank you! One of the core points, albeit in a book focused on the US, is the need to invest in women.