Scalia Dissents contains over a dozen of the justices most compelling and controversial opinions. Ring also provides helpful background on the opinions and a primer on Justice Scalias judicial philosophy.
Scalia Dissents is the perfect book for readers who love scintillating prose and penetrating insight on the most important constitutional issues of our time.
Absolutely top notch. A refreshing alternative to the infantile garbage you hear people who slept through high school and college trying to write about in what sadly passes for... Read morePublished 5 months ago by rtohio
Scalia is an interesting character. I was hoping the book would be an educated and critical look at his opinions with respect to legal traditions. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Niall
no matter what you think of his ifeology or his politics Justice Scali is consistent as the day is long. He's a hell of a writer!!Published 18 months ago by Craig Hatkoff
I needed a starting point for some great Supreme Court constitutional interpretation opinions. This book made my search extremely easy.Published 22 months ago by Laurie Buchanan
I had read the book before I ordered, so I knew what I was getting. This is an assembly of Scalia's dissenting opinions in a number of leading cases, arranged by subject. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Steven William Lambson
I loved this book. The selection of cases, and the selected excerpts are fantastic. Scalia's phenomenal command of vocabulary and powerful reasoning make his opinions some of the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Benjamin Novak
Ordered this as a Christmas gift for our son. Cannot rate the book, itself, b/c I have not read it, but it did arrive timely and ready to be wrapped/given..Published on December 5, 2012 by Cynthia Karnaghon
I've been fascinated by Justice Scalia's opinions and written dissents over the years. This book confirms my belief that most observers of the Court have concluded they cna deduce... Read morePublished on July 30, 2012 by Billy Bob Sixpack
Love this book. I find I need to check my law dictionary
to be sure I understand some things.
Scalia writes so beautifully.