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If private prisons are here to stay, how can we fix them? This book is a blueprint for policymakers to reform practices and for concerned citizens to understand our changing carceral landscape.
Throughout American history, the process for selecting judges has greatly varied. With new and unique challenges in the 21st century, what selection methods best serves the needs of today?
Despite the benefits of judicial diversity, it remains lacking across the country. This new resource provides nominating commissioners with concrete guidance on the steps they can take to promote a diverse bench.
The National Security Agency's overseas surveillance activities through Executive Order 12333, most of which remain shrouded in secrecy, pose a serious risk to Americans' privacy.
Brennan Center president Michael Waldman's "The Fight to Vote" is the first to trace the full story of voting rights in America, from the Founders’ debates to today’s challenges.
The Brennan Center’s Democracy Agenda outlines a series of concrete proposals that the next president and Congress should embrace to improve democracy in America.