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Is Administrative Law Unlawful? by Philip Hamburger
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I'm not a big fantasy-fiction reader, but this is fantastic. Wonderful plot, great characters, fantastic prose. One of the best.
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Summer of '49 by David Halberstam
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Things That Matter by Charles Krauthammer
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Fantastic. Wonderful perspectives and crisp writing to which one should aspire.
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“Douglass never made the mistake (a common one) of considering that his education was finished. He has continued to study, he studies now, and is a growing man, and at this present moment he is a stronger man intellectually than ever before.”
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