The Nine by Jeffrey Toobin
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The Nine Summary
Based on exclusive interviews with the Supreme Court Justices themselves and other insiders, The Nine is a timely and provocative state of the union about Americas most elite legal institution. From Anthony Kennedys self-importance, to Antonin Scalias combativeness, to David Souters eccentricity, and even Sandra Day OConnors fateful breach with President George W. Bush, this book offers a rare, personal look at how the individual style of each justice affects the way in which they wield their considerable power.
The Nine Reviews
"His savvy account puts the supposedly cloistered Court right in the thick of American life." - PW.
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The Nine Reader Reviews
Rated of 5
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Jeffrey Toobin Author Biography
Jeffrey Toobin (b. May 21, 1960 in New York City) is a senior analyst for CNN Worldwide. Based in the network's New York bureau, Toobin joined CNN in April 2002. He is also a staff writer at The New Yorker and has been covering legal affairs for the magazine since 1993.
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