Risa Goluboff Wins American Society for Legal History Book Award
UVA School of Law dean Risa L. Goluboff has won the John Phillip Reid Book Award from the American Society for Legal History for Vagrant Nation: Police Power, Constitutional Change, and the Making of the 1960s.
Touching on movements advocating civil rights, peace, gay rights, welfare rights, and cultural revolution, Vagrant Nation provides insight to the battle against vagrancy laws.
This is Dean Goluboff’s second book, which has also received the Littleton-Griswold Prize, Lillian Smith Book Award, and David J. Langum Sr. Prize in American Legal History.
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