Bringing Justice to the People: The Story of the Freedom-based Public Interest Law Movement
Heritage Books, 2004 - Political Science - 218 pages
With an insider's view, this book charts the evolution of the freedom-based public interest law movement's fight against judicial activism, from the birth of the Pacific Legal Foundation on through the political and legal battles fought and won, including school choice, religious liberty, and racial preferences. Each chapter is a firsthand account of the struggle of a few dedicated and highly skilled lawyers to uphold the original intention of the Constitution.
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The First Thirty Years Lee Edwards
Life Liberty and Property Rights Ronald A Zumbrun
Triumph for Freedom Clint Bolick
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