"To put it quite simply, this is an extradordinarily good book. It warrants reading by everyone who teaches about the Supreme Court, and ... it warrants assignment in upper-level courses on the judiciary and constitutional law. It is one of those rare books that grows richer on re-reading; it belongs on the shelf of every serious judicial scholar."

Journal of Politics (Vol. 48, 1986)

"This is an impressive book. It attacks an important problem in a lucid and cogent way. I learned from it and enjoyed reading it."

— Walter F. Murphy

"The underlying argument in this book is both stimulating and timely. It will play a significant part in the current national debate on the role of the Supreme Court."

— Jeremy Rabkin

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