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Harry A. Blackmun: The Outsider Justice

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When appointed to the Supreme Court in 1970 by President Nixon, Harry A. Blackmun was seen as a quiet, safe choice to complement the increasingly conservative Court of his boyhood friend, Warren Burger. No one anticipated his seminal opinion championing abortion rights in Roe v. Wade, the most controversial ruling of his generation, which became the battle cry of both supp ...more
Hardcover, 397 pages
Published December 1st 2007 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published January 15th 2007)
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