Philip K. Howard's 1995 New York
Times bestseller The Death of Common
Sense, which broke ground in detailing
how law is suffocating America, was
re-released on May 3 with a new
afterword. Click here to purchase it from Barnes and Noble.
"Incendiary...stimulating and controversial."
—San Francisco Examiner
"What Mr. Howard is trying to do with this thoughtful little book is drive us
—New York Times
In 2002, Philip K. Howard founded Common Good, a nonprofit, nonpartisan legal reform coalition dedicated to restoring common sense to America. By conducting polls, hosting forums, and engaging with leaders in health care, education, law, business, and public policy from across the country, Common Good is developing practical solutions to restore reliability to our legal system and minimize the impact of legal fear in American life.
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In 2008, under the auspices of Common Good, Philip K. Howard formed NewTalk, which presents focused discussions by experts in theory, policy, and practice – from academics and lawmakers to admired practitioners – on the most important domestic topics shaping American society today. NewTalk invites comments from readers, including suggestions for future topics and participants.
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