Here are a couple of book reviews I’ve recently done; both are published in Political Science Review.
The first is A Wiser Politics by Jean Hardy. “Hardy’s is a perspective far beyond (and even above) ideology and what passes for political discourse these days,” I write. That is its greatest weakness; it’s also its greatest strength.
The other is The Politics and Tragedy of Democratic Citizenship by Robert C. Pirro. Pirro’s method of applying key theorists to important political and social context is especially welcome.