Very well written and researched. Seemed impartial as well. I recommend it but I did find it a bit rambling and repetitious. Not as compelling as others but still worth the time. In the end I learned a lot about the history of the major justices.
Very detailed and personal view of the horrible day in Dallas. Interesting but not much new information for those who have closely followed the news and reports. Can't help but feel renewed pain for all those involved - even the traumatized members of the Secret Service.
I've always wanted to spend time with Dick Cavett and now, with this book, I feel I have. Intimate, funny and immensely entertaining. You won't be able to put it down (figuratively, of course).
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