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• Presents a novel perspective on the way the Supreme Court decides constitutional cases
• Addresses complicated constitutional law issues such as abortion and affirmative action and demystifies for the lay reader how the Court has handled these and other controversial issues
• Explains why the U.S. Supreme Court acts much more like an ultimate veto council rather than a true court
• Persuasively argues that life tenure for Supreme Court Justices is a terrible mistake
"This book is well-written, and tells background stories about several cases that may be of interest to students and some professors. . . . Supreme Myths may be a good book for undergraduates studying American government, judicial process, or constitutional law. Summing Up: Recommended."-
I bought it as a gift so I can't comment on the content. But the gift went over extremely well!Published 15 months ago by Kathleen Dalheim
The author presents a readable, compelling case for his thesis that the Court is seriously flawed, and provides reasonable suggestions for fixing it.Published on October 18, 2013 by Jan Cornelius