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In this rendition of post-election events, the author is VERY selective in his presentation.
As one who is neither a Republican or Democrat, liberal or conservative, I must admit I was surprised at how compelling Bugliosi makes his case.
That is... the court assumed that Bush won the election and that by counting the votes Gore could take it away from him.
I received the book today, 5-2-14. I have not started reading it. There is no further comment to be made at this time.Published 3 months ago by Gordon S. Pendergraph
Bugliosi does an excellent job of explaining the law in a manner that anyone could understand. His fury at the injustice perpetrated by the Supreme Court comes through loud and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Even though this book was published several years ago, its commentary is still significant. When the Supremes appointed G. Read morePublished 13 months ago by hiplainslady
Famed proscutor Vincent Bugliosi lays out the dishonest decision
in Bush v. Gore. The Court majority's decision is without any constitutional
moorings. Read more
I'm a huge Vincent Bugliosi fan. So far, I've read everything by him from Helter Skelter all the way up to Reclaiming History (his 1520 page treatment on the Kennedy... Read morePublished on March 22, 2011 by Steve Reina
My dad bought me the book and i actually read it in 2 days.
It's an easy read, but it's also completely one-sided. Read more
This book developed from a magazine article ('Preface'). Molly Ivins says recounts by hand happen in every election in Texas with punched cards. Read morePublished on August 13, 2009 by Acute Observer
Bugliose, Vincent is a very repatable author. This book is backed up by facts supplies. I agree with him. Something has to be donePublished on February 2, 2009 by Grace Adams
What happened in 2000 was, in my humble opinion, a cause for civil disobedience on a national scale. Read morePublished on November 22, 2007 by Rivegauche610