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This book is an easy read for lawyers who are likely already aware of many of the cases.
This is a wonderful book and should be required reading for all law students when they are taking Constitutional Law class.
I suspect that after reading it, you - like me - will be suggesting to everyone you know that they read it too.
Fantastic book. Every US citizen should read it. They should require that all law students read it.Published 3 months ago by Frank Rizzo
The authors propagate the right-wing lie that Supreme Court decisions are terrible if they support the Constitution's mandate to empower a strong national government to protect... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joseph J. Sheehan
This book does a great job of explaining how politicians (from both the left and right) and public appeal have persuaded the supreme court to arrive at unconstitutional rulings,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Yum
Robert Levy chooses 12 cases and mentions a few more for honorable mention.
You may not agree with his conclusions but his teaching is terrific. Read more
Excellent reference source for debates on our judicial branch and some of its more egregious decisions.
Concise and clear in its discussion.
Although one may have differing opinions about some of these cases, the author makes a good argument for each case he discusses.Published 15 months ago by Bigdog
Not a bad for a quick look but anyone expect any real depth is going to be disappointed. The author had a good idea but couldn't seem to carry it out thoroughly.Published 15 months ago by D. Connors
This one make you think about what really occurs in courtrooms. Very captivating.
Well worth reading more than once. A good read.
Scary to really understand why we are in such a mess but everyone needs to read it to start to change back to our core valuesPublished 18 months ago by E. J. Boudreau Jr.