From Publishers Weekly
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Once again J. E. Smith provides a detailed history of one of our most important Americans. Marshall has not received the respect or praise he has deserved. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Cou
Not as good or enertaining as Smith's other work like Lucius Clay, Eisenhower, Grant, FDR. Too detailed legal crap.Published 18 days ago by A good man
A well written book on the nation's finest Chief Justice, giving details of both his personal life and his legal opinions in sufficient depth for those not schooled in the law to... Read morePublished 25 days ago by JG
This is a great read for anyone seeking to understand the first decades of this country. He ranks with Washington, Hamilton, Franklin and Madison in his profound impact in shaping... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ken Sullivan
Everything you ever wanted to know about John Marshall dryly told. For academics only.
Being interested mostly in the Supreme Court; I just wanted Marbury v Madison,... Read more
Too detailed and laid out in seriatim. Too long and unreadable though important and should be fascinating.Published 2 months ago by Merry Pearlstein & Paul
Insightful and well written. An excellent story of one of the most influential men in our country.Published 3 months ago by Mary Kate Bertane