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"The virture of Scott Gerber's new study ... is that it puts in better perspective Thomas's whole career."-The Weekly Standard
"Gerber's book is a breath of fresh air, because it treats Justice Thomas and his work with respect and intellectual curiosity."-Ideas on Liberty
"...the most comprehensive and incisive account of Thomas' political philosophy to date."-First Things
"Gerber is scrupulously honest in dissecting Thomas' opinions, their legal background, and their place in the Court's jurisprudence, and he demonstrates his own excellent capabilities as an objective, fair, thoughtful, and thorough scholar."-The Federal Lawyer
"...An excellent and balanced review of the justice's first years on the Court."-National Review
Scott Douglas Gerber, Ph.D., J.D., is author of To Secure These Rights: The Declaration of Independence and Constitutional Interpretation and editor of Seriatim: The Supreme Court before John Marshall, both available from New York University Press. He teaches at Ohio Northern University College of Law.
Gerber bravely went where angels fear to tread, namely to view Justice Thomas as an Associate Justice and as an American rather than the hyphenated American Associate Justice. Read morePublished on September 27, 2009 by Kevin J. Brogan
I had one primary motivation for reading an arguably dated book: with the addition of Roberts and Alito to the Court, the Court will certainly transform itself from being the most... Read morePublished on June 27, 2006 by Michael Heath
This is an exceptional book. What Gerber has done is to avoid the political panderings of both the left and right wing and given us an objective, unbiased consideration of Justice... Read morePublished on June 11, 2002