Jeffrey Toobin - The Oath (Obama Supreme Court) 2013 [96] Unabridged

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Jeffrey Toobin - The Oath: The Obama White House and The Supreme Court

96 kbps, Unabridged, Read by Robertson Dean
 
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-oath-jeffrey-toobin/1112030543?ean=9780307390714

Overview
A Washington Post Notable Work of Nonfiction

From the moment Chief Justice Roberts botched Barack Obama's oath of office, the relationship between the Court and the White House has been a fraught one. Grappling with issues as diverse as campaign finance, abortion, and the right to bear arms, the Roberts court has put itself squarely at the center of American political life. Jeffrey Toobin brilliantly portrays key personalities and cases and shows how the President was fatally slow to realize the importance of the judicial branch to his agenda. Combining incisive legal analysis with riveting insider details, The Oath is an essential guide to understanding the Supreme Court of our interesting times.

From the Publisher
"Toobin is one of the most talented reporters covering American law." ΓÇöThe New York Times Book Review

ΓÇ£Deeply versed in Supreme Court lore and legal subtlety, [Toobin] draws upon first-hand interviews with the justices and their clerks in crafting an anxious tale of the Roberts court, casting its major rulings as looming symbols of judicial philosophy. . . . A polished and thoughtful dissection.ΓÇ¥ ΓÇöUSA Today

ΓÇ£A compelling narrative of the early years of the Roberts court. . . . The many pleasures of The Oath come . . . from human details about the justices and their interactions with the White House.ΓÇ¥ ΓÇöThe Washington Post

ΓÇ£Anyone fascinated by the inner workings of the highest court in the land will be delighted.ΓÇ¥ ΓÇöThe Huffington Post

ΓÇ£Not until scholars a generation hence gain access to the justicesΓÇÖ papers are we likely to have a more useful, or more readable, picture of this oddly assorted group of judges at this moment in history.ΓÇ¥ ΓÇöThe New York Times Book Review

ΓÇ£A worthy successor to The Nine, The Oath is a work of probity, intelligence and exceptional reporting.ΓÇ¥ ΓÇöRichmond Times-Dispatch

ΓÇ£Might . . . be viewed eventually as the best book about the court during the opening half-decade of John RobertsΓÇÖ reign as chief justice. . . . Toobin does his job well.ΓÇ¥ ΓÇöThe Seattle Times

ΓÇ£Court watchers, serious and occasional, will find ToobinΓÇÖs explanation of the issues at stake . . . before the Roberts court well worth their time.ΓÇ¥ ΓÇöSt. Louis Post-Dispatch

ΓÇ£Exceptionally readable. . . . Blends strong reporting with a sure historical grasp of the court.ΓÇ¥ ΓÇöThe Columbus Dispatch

ΓÇ£An artfully constructed chronicle. . . . The Oath delivers a bracing survey of the courtΓÇÖs key decisions and divisions. . . . ToobinΓÇÖs sketches of the justices are fabulous.ΓÇ¥ ΓÇöBookforum

ΓÇ£Lucid, lively and astute. . . . Toobin has the chops (and the contacts) to take readers inside the court.ΓÇ¥ ΓÇöMinneapolis Star Tribune		
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