"A deeper appreciation for Moynihan's worth emerges from the essays . . . The essayists themselves are a remarkable group and did not settle for easy encomiums. They take on different aspects of Moynihan's career with enough seriousness and lively writing to give this volume lasting value. Readers who think they understand Moynihan's public career are sure to find another dimension of it here. Such a book truly honors its subject."
About the Author
Robert A. Katzmann is a U.S. Circuit Court Judge for the Second Circuit. He has taught law, government, and public policy at Georgetown University, and has served as president of the Governance Institute and senior fellow and acting director of the Government Studies Program at the Brookings Institution.