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One reviewer wrote that the book will “resonate like a branding iron for the imagination of new readers.”
The Power of Scenery: Frederick Law Olmsted and the Origin of National Parks by Dennis Drabelle G’66, L’69
The book was published in advance of the 150th anniversary of Yellowstone, the world’s first national park, on March 1, 2022.
Reversed in Part shares the stories of 15 law school graduates who have achieved substantial career success outside of legal practice.
“You can’t lock down half of the economy and not have severe economic repercussions,” Rickards said.
Bank’s childhood through law school is the basis of his recently published memoir, The Tree of Sorrow, the last of his Holocaust trilogy.
Franklin Kury L’61, author of Environmental Rights Amendment in PA, releases book with plea for action on climate change
The Constitutional Question to Save the Planet: The Peoples’ Right to a Healthy Environment was published in April 2021 by the Environmental Law Institute.
The Italian Legacy in Philadelphia: History, Culture, People, and Ideas explores Philadelphia’s centuries-long connection to Italian culture.
Garber’s book is co-authored by Scott Olson, former FBI agent, and includes interviews with Fortune 500 CSOs and CISOs and high-ranking government officials, among others.