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Interesting and informative. Can be a little too dry and detailed for the average reader.Published 12 months ago by G. Corwin
Everyone is America USA must read this remarkable and well written bookPublished 14 months ago by Patty McKinstry
I very much enjoyed this book. Greenhouse's writing is straightforward and the scope of her book is clear - it's based on Blackmun's library of writings which were made public... Read morePublished 15 months ago by little lamb
For historians Blackmum must be an angel, as he kept all his papers and on his death turned them over to the Library of Congress. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jean
Becoming Justice Blackmun is a fascinating look, not only into the life and journey of Harry Blackmun, but also into the institution of the Supreme Court. Read morePublished 20 months ago by amont
For an understanding of supreme court justices and there evolution on the court, this is a good read. A great read for those who want to understand more about the supreme court.Published 21 months ago by Mark Davenport
A fascinating story of the making of a Supreme Court Justice and a compelling, if unintentional argument that the Burger Court didn't really belong to Burger at all.Published on September 19, 2013 by Bill Nolan