At UnlearningLiberty.com, you can find an excerpt from the book, links to purchase a copy from Barnes & Noble and Amazon, the latest news on all things Unlearning Liberty, including author appearances, and more.
There is also a page devoted exclusively to praise for the book. Best selling author and Harvard professor Steven Pinker, Jonathan Rauch of the Brookings Institute, Christina Hoff Sommers, author of The War Against Boys, and University of Wisconsin professor Donald Downs have all given Unlearning Liberty their stamp of approval.
Nat Hentoff, author of Free Speech for Me but not for Thee and one of the "100 outstanding journalists in the United States in the last 100 years" according to NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, has this to say of the book, set for release October 23:
Greg has spent over a decade working to bring the Constitution back to campus. In Unlearning Liberty, he brings to life his many fights with university censors and shows the abandonment of fundamental freedoms on campus for what it is-an issue of grave importance to every single American. Anyone concerned about the future of higher education, the state of national discourse, or the future of our civil liberties should read this enlightening and revelatory book.