George Anastaplo, Published Books and Potential Books (as of Summer of 2013)

1. The Constitutionalist: Notes on the First Amendment
(Southern Methodist University Press, 1971)          [See, also, Item 15]

2. Human Being and Citizen:   Essays on Virtue, Freedom, and the Common Good
(Swallow Press, Ohio University Press, 1975)

3. The Artist as Thinker: From Shakespeare to Joyce
(Ohio University Press, 1983)

4. The Constitution of 1787:  A Commentary
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989)
[A Chinese translation of this book was published in China in 2012]

5. The American Moralist: On Law, Ethics and Government
(Ohio University Press, 1992)

6. The Amendments to the Constitution: A Commentary
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995)

7. The Thinker as Artist: From Homer to Plato & Aristotle
(Ohio University Press, 1997)

8. Campus Hate-Speech Codes and Twentieth Century Atrocities
(Edwin Mellen Press, 1997)          [See, also, Item 11]

9. Liberty, Equality & Modern Constitutionalism: A Source Book (in two volumes)
(Focus Publishing/R. Pullins, 1999)

10. Abraham Lincoln: A Constitutional Biography (preferred title: Thoughts on Abraham Lincoln: A Discourse on Prudence
(Rowman & Littlefield, 1999)          [See, also, Item 23]

11. Campus Hate-Speech Codes, Natural Right, and Twentieth Century Atrocities
(Edwin Mellen Press, 1999)          [See, also, Item 8]

12. But Not Philosophy: Seven Introductions to Non-Western Thought
(Rowman & Littlefield, 2002)

13. Plato,”Meno”: Translation and Commentary (with Laurence Berns)
(Focus Publishing/R. Pullins, 2004)

14. On Trial: From Adam & Eve to O. J. Simpson
(Lexington Books, 2004)

15. The Constitutionalist: Notes on the First Amendment (expanded version)
(Lexington Books, 2005)          [See, also Item 1]

16. Reflections on Constitutional Law (the first of a projected ten-volume series of “constitutional sonnets”)
(University Press of Kentucky, 2006)

17. Reflections on Freedom of Speech and the First Amendment
(University Press of Kentucky, 2007)          [See Item 16]

18. The Bible: Respectful Readings
(Lexington Books, 2008)

19. Reflections on Life, Death, and the Constitution
(University Press of Kentucky, 2009)

20 The Christian Heritage: Problems and Prospects
(Lexington Books, 2010)          [See Item 16]

21. Reflections on Slavery and the Constitution
(Lexington Books, 2012)          [See Item 16]

22. Reflections on Religion, the Divine and the Constitution
(Lexington Books, 2013?)          [See Item 16]

POTENTIAL BOOKS

23. Further Thoughts on Abraham Lincoln: A Discourse on Chance and Public Life
(available to show to publishers)          [See Item 10]

24. Reflections on War, Peace, and the Constitution
(substantially prepared)          [See Item 16]

25. Reflections on Race Relations and the Constitution
(partially prepared)          [See Item 16]

26. Reflections on Crime, Character, and the Constitution          [See Item 16]

27. Reflections on Property, Taxes, and the Constitution          [See Item 16]

28. Reflections on Habeas Corpus, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution          [See Item 16]

29. September Eleventh: The ABCs of a Citizen’s Responses
(a considerable amount is already in law journals)

30. Simply Unbelievable: Conversations with a Holocaust Survivor
(a considerable amount is already in law journals)

31. A Citizen’s Use of the Congressional Record for a Quarter Century

32. In the Court of Public Opinion; Seven Decades of Letters to Editors

33. George Anastaplo and the Illinois Bar (1950-20??)

34. On the Leo Strauss and the Straussians I Have Known
(to be collected from George Anastaplo’s books and articles)

Hyde Park
Chicago, Illinois
Summer 2013

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