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I bought the book for a graduate class I was taking, but I would have read it for fun.
O'Brien writes and organizes his book in a coherent way, allowing for the maximum material absorption coupled with intriguing facts and footnotes.
This is an excellent examination into the history of the court and the politics that led to its current make-up.
This book is very helpful in the understanding of how the United States Supreme Court works and how the politics that surround it inspire its decisions.Published 14 months ago by Daniel Olsen
O'Brien's chatty style and behind the scenes tale had me hooked from the first paragraph to the last sentence. Read morePublished on December 30, 2012 by michael a sprenger
This is probably not the most exciting read, but I do need to read it for a Review that I have due. Really boring, but necessary and informative.Published on October 17, 2010 by Edgar Quinones