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Back-to-school reading

In our continuing effort to upgrade some of this site's offerings, we'll be expanding the lists of recommended books and articles you may want to read to get a feel for the many different dimensions of civil justice reform.

We've recently added six books to the archive, and expect more before too long. Our new entries include classic looks at products liability from Richard Epstein and from Kip Viscusi, two short AEI policy books by Paul Rubin and by Charles Fried and David Rosenberg, RAND's comprehensive study of the class action problem, and the popularly oriented book that made Phil Howard famous. Anyone seriously interested in tort reform should check out these books (as well as the others on our list). Our archive is sortable by author, date, title, and topical area, and each book has a write-up and is linked to Amazon.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


Published by the Manhattan Institute

The Manhattan Insitute's Center for Legal Policy.