The tenth justice: the Solicitor General and the rule of law

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Vintage Books, 1987 - Law - 343 pages
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User Review  - hagertyhartfeldt - LibraryThing

A very readable account of the history of the Solicitor General's office, focusing on the Reagan years. Caplan obviously disapproves of the conservative legal movement of the 1980s, so this may not be the most objective book, but it's still a good read. Read full review

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Caplan offers a fine analysis of major controversies about the role of law and recent Supreme Court decisions. He focuses on the solicitor general (SG), the individual who argues the federal ... Read full review

Contents

The Tenth Justice
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Lore
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The SG and the Supreme Court
19
Copyright

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