DemoChoice Web Poll

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7 candidates will be elected.
[add/drop] Christopher Lasch, Culture of Narcissism
[add/drop] Jedediah Purdy, This Land is Our Land
[add/drop] Miliband-Poulantzas debate over the nature of the State in capitalism
[add/drop] EP Thompson, The Making of the English Working Class
[add/drop] Aziz Rana, Two Faces of American Freedom
[add/drop] Marx (TBD: 1844 Manuscripts, 18th of Brumaire, etc.)
[add/drop] Erik Olin Wright, Classes
[add/drop] Roberto Unger, The Knowledge Economy
[add/drop] Jackie Wang, Carceral Capitalism
[add/drop] Michael Tigar, Law and the Rise of Capitalism
[add/drop] Andreas Malm, Fossil Capital
[add/drop] Timothy Mitchell, Carbon Democracy
[add/drop] Robert Skidelsky, The Past and Future of Economics
[add/drop] Mehrsa Baradaran, The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap
[add/drop] Wendy Brown, Undoing the Demos: Neoliberalism's Stealth Revolution
[add/drop] Labor Law Session (Forbath, Dubofsky, Lichtenstein, Andrias, Weinrib, Garden, Sachs, etc.)
[add/drop] Duncan Kennedy, The Rise and Fall of Classical Legal Thought
[add/drop] Evgeny Pashukanis, Theory of Law and Marxism
[add/drop] David Schweikart, Against Capitalism
[add/drop] David Harvey, A Brief History of Neoliberalism
[add/drop] Grewal & Purdy, Law and Neoliberalism
[add/drop] Duncan Kennedy, Legal Education and the Reproduction of Hierarchy: A Polemic Against the System
[add/drop] Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed
[add/drop] Ellen Meiksins Wood, The Origin of Capitalism
[add/drop] Law and Economics Session (Posner, Calabresi, Coase)
[add/drop] Steven Michael Teles, The Rise of the Conservative Legal Movement
[add/drop] Data/Privacy/Tech/Algorithmic Justice Session (TBD)
[add/drop] Angela P. Harris, When Markets Fail
[add/drop] Max Weber, Sociology of Law
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