Andrew Hartman

  • Taking Liberties

    I HAVE A CONFESSION TO MAKE: I use social media. In fact, I enjoy social media. I delight in the responses I receive from friends and family when I post pictures of my cute children to Facebook. I like seeing pictures of other people’s cute children on Facebook. I appreciate the network of scholars I find on Twitter. And I’m also glad that Twitter provides me a platform to promote my own work. Social media, it seems, channel my desires.

    And that, it seems, is the problem—at least as Bernard E. Harcourt lays it out in his challenging book Exposed. Harcourt, a law professor at Columbia University