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Excellent read, cannot recommend highly enough for ANYONE with an interest in constitutional history.
One of the best points that Amar makes throughout his book is that Constitutional interpretation does not just belong to the Supreme Court.
Amar's work is comprehensive and insightful and he makes a big book about constitutional law interesting and thought provoking.
Put on your wading boots...deep stuff but certainly makes you appreciate our founding document.Published 19 days ago by Wayne Hampton
Excellent clarity, fairly easy reading and a marvelous history lesson to boot. I purchased this book for an on-line course taught by the author. Read morePublished 2 months ago by NH in Texas
This book has been the foundation of my teaching regarding the Constitution.Published 2 months ago by Texas Historian
Excellent read.It takes some time and re-reads to understand the detail Not a book to browse.iI put it away and then go backPublished 2 months ago by Thomas J. Ward
I am taking course on the Amendments for the Constitution and was surprised that this book was such an easy read! Hallelujah!!Published 4 months ago by Katherine E. Irvine
Great job and a fairly balanced portrayal of our most important document.Published 4 months ago by MCR
This is a slow read but well worth the effort. It is neither a conservative to liberal boa, boa,boa.Published 6 months ago by J. I. Jackson