Coming in 2021, in two stand-alone formats

Three-volumes, 2,400 pages
6″x9″ paperback, 250 pages

“The ACLU and the United States Supreme Court:

The Union’s Wins and Losses at the Court During its First 100 Years”

Conceived and Compiled by Steven C. Markoff

 Foreword by Erwin Chemerinsky
        Jessica Pierucci, J.D., M.L.I.S., Case Summary Editor

This work will be published as a handbook and in a three-volume set

No one, not even the ACLU, has this exhaustive compendium of 1,193 ACLU cases at the Supreme Court the ACLU was involved in during 94 of its first 100 years.

In addition to the approximate 2 ½-page summary of each case, the work includes a Foreword by Erwin Chemerinsky (Dean and Jesse H. Choper Distinguished Professor of Law, University of California, Berkeley School of Law), Ira Glasser’s (ACLU National Executive Director from 1978 – 2001) 1982 draft one-pager on what the ACLU does, data on how each Supreme Court Justice voted on each case, and the Win / Loss record (the batting average) of the ACLU at the Supreme Court for those 10 decades.

Copyright 2020