He has read widely in many fields...[and] has gathered a rich harvest for any reader...a remarkable achievement. (Yale Law Journal
It is to be hoped that a wide audience will read it since the issues it raises are indispensable...Horwitz's book is written with a passion. (New York Review of Books
A thoughtful contribution to the continuing issue of whether and how much we are governed by our judges. (Library Journal
One of the five most significant books ever published in the field of American legal history. (William E. Nelson, Yale University)
One of the five most significant books ever published in the field of American legal history.
--William E. Nelson, Yale University
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