The Tulsa Law Review's annual book review issue is out -- and I'm astonished with the number of books reviewed and how many distinguished and thoughtful reviewers Ken Kersch and Linda McClain recruited. This is really exciting. I may be a little behind the times on this, I can't rightly tell -- but I just saw Jack Beermann's review of Kenneth Aslakson's book on suits by free people of color in New Orleans in the early 19th century on CLIP, so I'm guessing this is just recently out. Legal historians will also want to read Kunal Parker's review of Kevin M. Kruse's One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America, Adam Laats, The Other School Reformers: Conservative Activism in American Education, and Reuel Schiller's Forging Rivals: Race, Class, Law, and the Collapse of Postwar Liberalism, and Martha Ertman's review of Kara Swanson's Banking on the Body. A lot of the other books relate in greater or lesser degrees to legal history -- check the whole issue out here. As I say, it's a terrific list of books and of reviewers.