The Brethren: inside the Supreme Court

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Avon Books, 1981 - History - 558 pages
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Offers an unprecedented view of the chief and associate justices of the Burger Supreme Court, illuminating the maneuvering, arguing, politicking, and compromising that underlie the making of decisions that affect every major area of American life

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User Review  - Jack - Goodreads

Woodward in this book took on the quest of writing about the inner workings of the early Burger Court, which is around the early 1970's, and he succeeded in making one of the most interesting and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jean Poulos - Goodreads

I did not learn much from this book that I had not already discovered in reading some of the biographies of Supreme Court Justices. Albeit, the language used in this book was to imply more discord ... Read full review

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Bob Woodward, a reporter and editor at "The Washington Post" since 1971, has authored or coauthored ten New York Times #1 bestsellers, including "Plan of Attack, Bush at War, Shadow, The Agenda, The Commanders, Veil, Wired, The Brethren, The Final Days, " and "All the President's Men.

Scott Armstrong is Professor of Marketing at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

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