The People's Justice: Clarence Thomas and the Constitutional Stories That Define Him

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Regnery Publishing
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6.36 X 9.32 X 1.08 inches | 1.11 pounds

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About the Author
Amul Thapar, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, grew up in Toledo, Ohio, the son of immigrants from India. A graduate of Boston College and the University of California at Berkeley Law School, he served as a U.S. attorney and district court judge before his appointment to the appellate court in 2017. He and his wife have three children and live in Covington, Kentucky.
"Amul Thapar sets the record straight with this can't-put-down series of stories that reveal the courage, decency, and humanity of the man behind what many are calling the Thomas Court."

--Megyn Kelly, journalist
"A unique and fascinating book that reveals the character and judicial conduct of Justice Clarence Thomas. . . ."

--Edwin Meese III, 75th U.S. Attorney General
"In this compelling account of the judicial philosophy and pivotal opinions of Justice Clarence Thomas, readers will find a new appreciation of both the man himself and our Framers."

--Laura Ingraham, host of The Ingraham Angle and former law clerk to Justice Thomas
"Justice Thomas will be remembered as a man of principle, courage and compassion long after many of his detractors have been forgotten."

--Jason Riley, Wall Street Journal columnist and author of Maverick: A Biography of Thomas Sowell
"Two superb books in one--a breezy and accessible intellectual biography of Justice Clarence Thomas and a survey of some of the most important Supreme Court cases of the modern era." --Mollie Hemingway, editor-in-chief of The Federalist and co-author of Justice on Trial
"The People's Justice does more to pull back the curtains on the Court . . . than any book in decades. . . ."

--Hugh Hewitt, host of The Hugh Hewitt Show and professor at Chapman University School of Law
"For anyone concerned about the country's future, this is a must-read."

--William P. Barr, 77th and 85th U.S. Attorney General