The Supreme Court: how it was, how it is

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Morrow, 1987 - History - 338 pages
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The first book ever written by a sitting chief justice about the inner workings of the United States Supreme Court. Rehnquist examines the relationship of the court to Congress and the president and also discusses how the court operates on a daily basis. Black-and-white photographs.

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Of the many solid works published recently about the U.S. Supreme Court, this one is special if only for its author's preeminent position as Chief Justice. The book, however, possesses other virtues ... Read full review

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I read this quick overview of the Supreme Court in three days and found it to be an interesting and informative quick overview of the Court's history and function. I especially enjoyed Rehnquist's ... Read full review

Contents

A Law Clerk Comes to Washington
17
The Steel Seizure Case in the Lower Courts
41
The Steel Seizure Case in the Supreme Court
61
Copyright

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William H. Rehnquist is Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. He lives in Arlington, Virginia.

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