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[F.R.E.E D.O.W.N.L.O.A.D R.E.A.D] Clarence Thomas and the

Lost Constitution {read online}


[F.R.E.E D.O.W.N.L.O.A.D R.E.A.D] Clarence Thomas and the Lost

Constitution {read online}

[F.R.E.E

D.O.W.N.L.O.A.D

R.E.A.D] Clarence

Thomas and the

Lost Constitution

{read online}

Description

“Myron Magnet has written a fascinating and provocative study of

what he calls the ‘Lost Constitution,†seen through the prism of

Justice Clarence Thomasâ€s jurisprudence, which the author sees as a

way to retrieve it. Written for the lay reader, this brief volume

makes a compelling case for originalism. With the light it shines on

culture, character, race, and liberty under law, though, the book is

about more than just Clarence Thomas and originalism, in the same sense

that Moby Dick is about more than just whaling. A great read.―

―Michael B. Mukasey, 81st Attorney General of the United States

(2007–2009) and U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of New

York (1988–2006) “In Myron Magnetâ€s splendid account, sensational

and learned by turns, the Framers join hands with a jurist from

Pinpoint, Georgia, and the slums of Savannah. Riveting.― ―Richard

Brookhiser, author of John Marshall: The Man Who Made the Supreme Court

“Myron Magnet captures the essence of Clarence Thomas through a

thoughtful analysis of his work on the Court. Thomas says what he

believes, does what is right, and harbors no concern about how he will

be treated by the culture for the decisions he makes.― ―Leonard A.

Leo, Executive Vice President, the Federalist Society for Law and Public

Policy Studies Myron Magnet, author of The Founders at Home: The

Building of America, 1735–1817, was the editor of the Manhattan

Instituteâ€s City Journal and is now its editor-at-large. He was

awarded the National Humanities Medal in 2008.

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