When President Reagan nominated Robert Bork to the Supreme Court, it was the spark that fueled a months-long firestorm during which liberals and conservatives battled fiercely over Reagan’s choice, each trying to gain control of the nation’s judicial future. The American public, captivated by this struggle for power, weighed in with an unprecedented outpouring of mail and telephone calls to the Un...
Paperback: 400 pages
Publisher: Union Square Press (November 1, 2007)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.1 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 976139
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I'm a Supreme Court junkie and was delighted to hear about this book after reading Lou Cannon's biography on Reagan. Bronner's book captures the moment of Bork's nomination better than anything out there in a way that is readable and complete. He g...
Senate arguing both pro- and con- positions.Based on scores of interviews with key figures and a shrewd analysis of the issues, then-Boston Globe reporter Ethan Bronner chronicles this engrossing story of a titanic struggle for political power. It features key players such as Senators Joseph Biden and Edward Kennedy, with the latter leading the fight against the appointment using savvy Madison Avenue style strategies; a Justice Department desperate to hold its ground; a shocked White House staff, caught off-guard; and of course Bork himself, who insisted that “the process of confirming justices for our nations highest court has been transformed in a way that should not and indeed must not be permitted to occur again.”Featuring a new epilogue, “Where Are They Now?”