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America's Court: The Supreme Court and the…

America's Court: The Supreme Court and the People

by Barrett McGurn

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With a foreword by Sanda Day O'Connor. Established in 1789, the Supreme Court has been called the most powerful court in the world, acknowledged as the ultimate authority on topics ranging from equal rights and abortion to the First Amendment. In this lively and engaging book, McGurn describes the intricate and often erratic relationship between the justices and the media, taking you behind the scenes of this secretive body and exposing the Court for all.
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