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What Kind of Nation: Thomas Jefferson, John Marshall, and the Epic Struggle to Create a United States

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2012

    Great book, insightful on the way SCOTUS functions to this da

    This book had wonderful insight, detailing how the Supreme Court redefined how America works today.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2005

    A great overview of a necessary battle to have this great sovereignty.

    'What Kind of Nation' takes me back to one of the greatest periods in the American history: the Jefferson administration vs. the Marshall court, a battle I believe was needed to improve our tripartite government. This great and easy-to-read book gives us a vivid picture of what was taking place inside of the Highest Court with some of the most fascinating arguments of all time by Daniel Webster, and within the Jeffersonian. 'What kind of Nation' is a good reference for those who would like to know how the united States get here.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2003

    He is a Professor at New York Law School, NOT NYU!!!!

    I just want to point out that he is a law professor at New York Law School, located in Tribeca, NOT at NYU! How frustrating!

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    Posted March 11, 2012

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