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Supreme Injustice Millions of Americans were baffled and outraged by the U.S Supreme Court s role in deciding the presidential election of 2000 with its controversial ruling in Bush v Gore The Court had held a unique place in our system of checks and balances, seen as the embodiment of fairness and principle precisely because it was perceived to be above the political fray How could it now issue a decision that reeked of partisan politics, and send to the White House a candidate who may have actually lost the election In Supreme Injustice, best selling author and legal expert Alan M Dershowitz addresses these questions head on, at last demystifying Bush v Gore for those who are still angered by the court s decision but unclear about its meaning Dershowitz himself a former Supreme Court clerk argues that in this case for the first time, the court s majority let its desire for a particular partisan outcome have priority over legal principles As in his other bestselling books, Dershowitz clarifies complex legal issues, explaining concepts such as equal protection and irreparable harm Digging deeply into their earlier writings and rulings, Dershowitz proves beyond a reasonable doubt that the justices who gave George W Bush the presidency contradicted their previous positions to do so The most egregious ruling since the Dred Scott Decision, Bush v Gore has shattered the image of the Supreme Court as a fair and impartial arbiter of important national issues The resulting loss of the American people s respect, Dershowitz concludes, has severely compromised the Court s role in national affairs And yet Dershowitz sees some benefit emerging from this constitutional crisis if we understand its lessons and take action to prevent it from happening again. New Read Supreme Injustice Author Alan M. Dershowitz For Kindle ePUB or eBook – wholesalesweetshop.co.uk

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  1. Brilliant, fascinating, analytical Bush v Gore and how we got here Dershowitz prove beyond any doubt and I use these terms strictly that the case was wrongly decided and shows exactly how this came about what motivated each of the offending Justices Rehnquist, Thomas, Scalia were all ideologues, of course but Dershowitz shows, again beyond any doubt, how Scalia s opinions in Bush v Gore absolutely ran counter, in a purely legal sense, to everything he had previously written a Brilliant, fascinating, analytical Bush v Gore and how we got here Dershowitz prove beyond any doubt and I use these terms strictly that the cas...

  2. Important to read.

  3. A very long rant against the Supreme Court that hijacked the 2000 Election and made cynics of many people in their attitude towards the Supreme Court.And a well deserved rant it is.Mostly true, too.Certainly the author is a very biased liberal Democrat But his arguments are quite on point And he proves his case quite well, in my opinion The strongest part of the book is that he takes the majority Justices own prior rulings and principles, and then shows how these prior principles were simply A very long rant against the Supreme Court that hijacked the 2000 Election and made cynics of many people in their attitude towards the Supreme Court.And a well deserved rant it is.Mostly true, too.Certainly the author is a very biased liberal Democrat But his arguments are quite on point And h...

  4. Most of this book just got me worked up again by the sheer audacity of the action, but Dershowitz goes through the 2000 election and the Supreme Court decision to become involved in a clear way The political ramifications have had far reaching affects, and he discusses the ...

  5. Most of this book was great a thorough criticism of the court s decision with some helpful background on precedents and the justices In the last 15 pages though, he kind of goes after Roe v Wade, which seems to come out of left field, and isn t fully explained.

  6. Read this book for a paper my senior year in college I was rather disappointed on the author s criticism of the judges of the case it dealt with I think I would ve enjoyed itif it wasn t being used for a scholary paper.

  7. As in his other books, Alan Dershowitz clarifies complex legal issues, explaining concepts such as equal protection and irreparable harm as it concerns the Bush election process in 2000.

  8. Readers should take into account liberal bias by the author Still, intellectually stimulating and good expalantions of what went down in Bush v Gore.

  9. Guaranteed to get your blood boiling.

  10. A tough read to understand I got the basic idea.