Page 4 - Praeger_Spring_2022
P. 4

POLITICS, LAW, AND GOVERNMENT


                  NEW                               NEW                             A Companion to

                Marine and                        An Unmitigated                  the United States
              Coastal Law                       Disaster                          Constitution and

              Cases and Materials               America’s Response                Its Amendments
                                                to COVID-19
                3RD EDITION |                                                       7TH EDITION |     JOHN R. VILE
              DENNIS W. NIXON,                            ROBERT O. SCHNEIDER
              MICHAEL J. DALY,
              SUSAN E. FARADY,
              READ D. PORTER, AND
              JULIA B. WYMAN













                                                                                   October 2021 ,  351pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
                                                 January 2022 ,  222pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4   Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7794-0
                                                Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7893-0       $75.00 ,  £56.00 ,  €65,00
                                                 $50.00 ,  £38.00 ,  €44,00       eBook: 978-1-4408-7795-7
                                                eBook: 978-1-4408-7894-7
               March 2022 ,  522pp ,  7x10
              Hardcover: 978-1-4408-7739-1                                          The U.S. Constitution and its 27
               $103.00 ,  £77.00 ,  €89,00       “ The book highlights how the    amendments (including the Bill
              eBook: 978-1-4408-7740-7            lack of planning, execution, and   of Rights) is a living document, as
                                                  leadership caused substantial   evidenced by new laws and Supreme
                This extensively updated third edition   failure in the U.S. response to   Court rulings that with each passing
              of the classic casebook Marine and   COVID-19, characterized by     year change how the Constitution’s
              Coastal Law provides readers with   high case rates, deaths, and a   guidelines are interpreted and
              an authoritative, comprehensive,    continued inability to establish   implemented.
              and up-to-date guide to landmark    a national consensus on how to
              laws, regulations, and legal decisions   deal with the pandemic. ”    FEATURES
              governing the United States’ vast marine   —Naim Kapucu, University of  •  Thorough analysis by John R. Vile,
              and coastal resources.                    Central Florida, May 26, 2021   recognized as one of the country’s
                                                                                    leading scholars on the U.S.
                                                  Highlighting American cultural and   Constitution
                DENNIS W. NIXON  is professor   political contexts, this book provides   •  In-depth and updated discussion
              emeritus of Marine Affairs at the   an in-depth assessment of the breadth   of every constitutional article and
              University of Rhode Island.       and magnitude of the United States’   amendment
              MICHAEL J. DALY  is a trial lawyer   errors in its response to the COVID-19   •  New “Questions for Reflection and
              practicing in Providence, RI.     pandemic.                           Discussion” feature for every chapter
              SUSAN E. FARADY is associate                                        •  Extended exploration of Supreme
              professor at the University of New     FEATURES                       Court decisions of major import in
              England in Biddeford, ME.         •  Provides a political analysis and   shaping modern understandings of
              READ D. PORTER is Deputy General    historical documentation of COVID-19   the Constitution
              Counsel for Environment within      in real time
              the Executive Office of Energy    •  Includes insights from the author’s
              and Environmental Affairs of the    expertise in disaster preparedness,     JOHN R. VILE  is professor of political
              Commonwealth of Massachusetts.      mitigation, and response        science and dean of the University
              JULIA B. WYMAN is the director of                                   Honors College at Middle Tennessee
              the Marine Affairs Institute at Roger     ROBERT O. SCHNEIDER , PhD, is a   State University and the author of
                                                                                  numerous scholarly works on the U.S.
              Williams University School of Law
              and the Rhode Island Sea Grant    political scientist with expertise in the   Constitution and early American history.
                                                field of emergency management.
              Legal Program.
            4    SPRING 2022
   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9