In what is certain to be one of the most talked-about books of the year, Alderman and Kennedy examine one of our basic--and most contested--legal and constitutional rights: the right to privacy. Through a seamless interweaving of landmark cases, lesser-known trial decisions, and dozens of anecdotal narratives, the authors make an urgent, ...
In what is certain to be one of the most talked-about books of the year, Alderman and Kennedy examine one of our basic--and most contested--legal and constitutional rights: the right to privacy. Through a seamless interweaving of landmark cases, lesser-known trial decisions, and dozens of anecdotal narratives, the authors make an urgent, complicated issue more absorbing and accessible than ever before.
Fine/Fine in Fine jacket. Dj in protective mylar sleeve. 405 pages. Second printing before publication. Inscribed to Eileen and SIGNED by both authors on the half title page. An examination of privacy in relation to law enforcment, the press, voyuers, in the workplace and other aspects of our lives by one who grew up in the spotlight. Extensive notes and index. ZSBH B8779. Signed by Author.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Mylared. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Author 405pp. Index. Inscribed to previous owner and signed by both Ellen Alderman and Caroline Kennedy on half-title page. stated Second Printing Before Publication. Pages are bright and clean (unmarked). Binding is tight and secure. boards have light bumping to head/heel of spine, very light sunning to edges. Unclipped pictorial DJ is lightly finger soiled. Looks nice in added protective mylar covering. Very nice copy.
As New in As New dust jacket. 8vo. 0679419861. A handsome unread As New first edition/first Print in alike dustjacket. This copy is SIGNED by the author and president's daugher Caroline Kennedy and author Ellen Alderman directly on the half-title page; Kennedy and Alderman, both attorneys, examine one of our basic-and most contested-legal and constitutional rights: the right to privacy. The conclusion that emerges from their careful exploration is that we are witnessing a "general erosion of privacy." At once shocking and instructive, up-to-date and rich in historical perspective, The Right to Privacy is an invaluable guide to one of the most charged issues of our time.
This book may have been written 14 years ago, but it is ever more important for informed citizens to be aware of the nature of constitutional rights to privacy embodied in the US Constitution, and to be knowledgeable about why the right to privacy must be preserved, even in times of "war."
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