“The School of Hard Knocks,” Newsday, 9 October 1994, pp. 38-40. (James Traub, City on a Hill).

“Justice Souter: A Surprising Kind of Conservative,” New York Times Magazine, 25 September 1994, pp. 36-43, 52-55, 64-67. (Reprinted in Theodore J. Lowi, et al., eds., Readings for American Government, 4th ed. [New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1996], pp. 195-204, and in Randall B. Ripley et al., eds., Readings in American Government and Politics, 3rd ed. [Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1998], pp. 383-393.)

David L. Lewis, W. E. B. DuBois, in the Journal of American History 81 (September 1994): 620-622.

“A Long Road to Freedom,” Newsday, 15 May 1994, pp. 34, 36. (Jack Greenberg, Crusaders in the Courts, & John Dittmer, Local People).

“Blackmun’s Journey Toward Feminism,” Boston Globe, 10 April 1994, pp. 69, 72, and Newsday, 10 April 1994, pp. A38-A39.

“Making Her Case,” Washington Post Book World, 27 March 1994, pp. 3, 6. (Lani Guinier, The Tyranny of the Majority).

Michael Friedly, Malcolm X: The Assassination, in the Journal of American History 80 (March 1994): 1540-1541.

“Hopelessly Hollow History: Revisionist Devaluing of Brown v. Board of Education,” Virginia Law Review 80 (February 1994): 151-160.