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This is a very well written book and worth the read.
Mr. Toobin goes into great detail of the inner workings of the Supreme Court justices, their backgrounds as well as their personal and political beliefs.
It is quite apparent that Jeffrey Toobin is a huge fan of the recently retired justice Sandra Day O'Connor.
I thought this was very interesting. Generally I prefer non-fiction but belong to 3 book clubs and they all prefer fiction!Published 12 days ago by donna ellis
This is a very well-written book, though I have some guilt about assigning it five stars because it is essentially a well-researched gossip rag, dealing in little academic... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Ryan Mease
An excellent read, but any negative comments are very much soft peddled. Some truly nasty and cynical decisions came down from this court and this is business as usual? Mr. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Philip Snofsky
The book was especially strong in showing the development of Justice O'Connor and the broadening of Kennedy's view from international contact. Well worth the read.Published 21 days ago by Retired Reader
I was expecting something like The President's Club but this certainly isn't.(still reading but easy to put down) Interesting info on some issues but way more than I feel... Read morePublished 1 month ago by ruth williams
This is the type of book that there are no words...Its EXCELLENT! This book sells itself. I dont have to try and do that. It Is worth the 5 Stars. Period!Published 1 month ago by Angie H.
This is the best book about the Supreme Court I have ever read. I read it multiple times. (As a fan of Mr. Toobin, I am biased). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer