On Trial: American History Through Court Proceedings and Hearings, Volume 2
August 1998, ©1998, Wiley-Blackwell
2. Women's Rights: The Susan B. Anthony Trial, 1873.
3. The West: The Trial of Frank James for Train Robbery and Murder, 1883.
4. Labor's martyrs: The Haymarket Trial, 1886.
5. Shame of the Cities: The Edward Butler Trial, 1902.
6. Progressive Jurisprudence: Muller v. Oregon, 1908.
7. Dissent During World War I: The Kate O'Hare Trial, 1919.
8. Evolution and the Bible: The Scopes Trial, 1925.
9. Racial Justice: The Scottsboro Boys, 1931-37.
10. Red Scare: The Army-McCarthy Hearings, 1954.
11. Outlawing Segregation: Brown v. Board of Education, 1954.
12. The Abortion Controversy: Roe v. Wade, 1973.
13. Life and Death: In the Matter of Karen Ann Quinlan, 1976.
14. Race and Gender: The Clarence Thomas Confirmation Hearing, 1991.
Anthony Marcus teaches in the School of Anthropology, Geography, and Environmental Studies at the University of Melbourne in Australia. He has published on globalization and culture change (Anthropology For A Small Planet, 1996) and American history, and his current writing focuses on Mexican migrants in the northeastern United States, poverty and public policy, the politics of the culture concept in development, and comparative mestizajes.