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'Mary Anne Franks has written a powerful challenge to the prevailing constitutional orthodoxy of

the right and the left. Her trenchant critique of progressives' naive devotion to America's flawed

founding charter is provocative and persuasive. A deeply troubling and absolutely vital book.'

(Mark Joseph Stern Slate)'The Cult of the Constitution shows how gun violence, racism, and

misogyny are linked by a 'fundamentalist' interpretation of First and Second Amendment rights.

Like all fundamentalism, this one tends to reinforce the interests of the powerful and to perpetuate

inequality. It doesn't have to be this way. At this moment of #MeToo, #BlackLivesMatter, and

#NeverAgain, Mary Anne Franks' book is a necessary reassessment of constitutional orthodoxy. A

powerful must-read.' (Tamara Piety author of Brandishing the First Amendment: Commercial

Speech in America)'Uncompromisingly critical, Franks challenges both liberal and conservative

views of the Bill of Rights in the name of equality. Rights that don't work for the least powerful will

ultimately work to preserve the privileges of the most powerful; agree or disagree with Franks's

conclusions, her arguments require attention.' (Rebecca Tushnet Harvard Law School)'This is a

worthy addition to the literature of critical legal studies―and a timely text as battles over the

Constitution and its interpretation continue to rage.' (Kirkus Reviews)'In this timely book, Mary

Anne Franks takes on some of our most divisive constitutional issues. She analyzes gun

restrictions, free speech, and regulation of the internet with a firm command of the legal

implications and human stakes of judicial decision making. An important and insightful book.'

(Deborah L. Rhode Stanford Law School) Read more Mary Anne Franks is Professor of Law at

the University of Miami School of Law and President and Legislative & Tech Policy Director at the

Cyber Civil Rights Initiative (CCRI). Franks' writing and research have been featured in Time, The

New Yorker, The Atlantic, and The Guardian, among other outlets. Read more

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