Over at The Book at the The New Republic on-line, there is an interesting review of two books dealing with, respectively, the freedom of assembly and free speech in public places: the one by John Inazu (Washington University St. Louis) (and which we noted here) and the other by Tim Zick (William & Mary). The review is authored by Jeremy Kessler, a J.D./Ph.D. student at Yale. John’s book is, I believe, more particularly interested in religious assembly, though I could be wrong about that.
Congratulations to John (and Professor Zick) on the very positive review!