Strongly recommend this audiobook. It is as good as any of Forster's later books.
This provides a basic introduction into the Supreme Court's First and Fourth Amendment decisions in the 20th Century, but the analysis is not balanced. Rosen approaches the subject from an extreme civil libertarian point of view, and seems utterly unable to present the other side's arguments with any sympathy, even if those arguments persuaded a majority of the Supreme Court.
Engaging characters, entertaining plot, good sexy relationship, interesting mildly dis-functional family setting, excellent performance. Thoroughly enjoyed the listen.
Wish the later volumes were available with John Rowe as a reader, but Neville Jason is acceptable.
I could listen to Richardson read the phone book. The book is abridged, so the listing is misleading, but it is a very nice selection so that isn't such a big deal.
Yes. I would recommend it to other men. It is frank and helpful.
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