Fault Lines: Reviews

Starred Reviews

  • Kirkus Reviews (starred): “A fascinating, thoughtful, and provocative look at what in the Constitution keeps the United States from being ‘a more perfect union.’”
  • School Library Journal (starred): “Essential for class discussions, debate teams, and reports.”
  • Booklist (starred): “Lately there’s been dismay that civics, government, and history have taken a backseat in classrooms. This smartly conceived book goes a long way toward reintroducing students to those subjects….the Levinsons link both history and current events as they offer an illustrative group of examples that show where the Constitution got it right—and wrong…. Although the font, charts, and well-written text make this appealing, it’s not always an easy read. It is, however, an important one.”