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I rarely write reviews on books that I have read. This book should be read by ALL lawyers who have swayed away from the LAW and have moved towards the river flow of monies to be... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Deborah J. Nolan
Professor’s Leonard W. Levy’s book, Origins of the Bill of Rights is detailed and extremely terse. With laconic fashion, he delves into the rich history of English law and the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by James T. Booker
Great book for better understanding of the knowledge base and vision of the Founding Fathers.Published 6 months ago by Doc IA
I was a bit disappointed that in this text on the Bill of Rights, there is scarcely two pages devoted to the freedom of religion clauses in the Bill of Rights. Read morePublished 16 months ago by B. Marold
Origins of the Bill of Rights, Levy
Leonard W. Levy is the author of 36 books and has won many awards. He received a Pulitzer Prize for “Origins of the Fifth Amendment”. Read more
This provides a scholarly background to our precious Bill of rights. For me, it loses one star for failing to narrate the framers' arguments for writing, and then ratifying the... Read morePublished on July 5, 2013 by David H. Weiss