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Trending Toward #Justice By Kenneth Jost
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In the 21st century United States, law is the continuation of politics by other means, perhaps more so than at any previous time in American history.” For the past 25 years, veteran legal... More > affairs journalist Kenneth Jost has had a front-row seat in Washington as legal issues, big and small, came before the U.S. Supreme Court. In this collection of columns over the past decade, Jost examines the working of the Supreme Court and profiles the nine justices of the current, ideologically divided Roberts Court. Jost explores in the columns such issues as the war on terror, racial justice, and gay marriage with insight and dispassion but with the abiding conviction that in the United States the arc of the law trends toward justice. A veteran Supreme Court reporter sheds valuable light on one of our nation’s most powerful yet least understood institutions through a collection of insightful, provocative, and historically informed essays. David Lat, managing editor, Above the Law< Less
Trending Toward #Justice By Kenneth Jost
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In the 21st century United States, law is the continuation of politics by other means, perhaps more so than at any previous time in American history.” For the past 25 years, veteran legal... More > affairs journalist Kenneth Jost has had a front-row seat in Washington as legal issues, big and small, came before the U.S. Supreme Court. In this collection of columns over the past decade, Jost examines the working of the Supreme Court and profiles the nine justices of the current, ideologically divided Roberts Court. Jost explores in the columns such issues as the war on terror, racial justice, and gay marriage with insight and dispassion but with the abiding conviction that in the United States the arc of the law trends toward justice. A veteran Supreme Court reporter sheds valuable light on one of our nation’s most powerful yet least understood institutions through a collection of insightful, provocative, and historically informed essays. David Lat, managing editor, Above the Law< Less