• Justice John Paul Stevens

  • An Assessment and Full Detail on His Landmark Cases
  • By: Matt Bewig
  • Narrated by: Joe Maluso
  • Length: 3 hrs and 44 mins

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Publisher's Summary

This audiobook reviews the impact of Justice John Paul Stevens on America's Supreme Court, as Stevens currently holds the third longest tenure in court history. Cases reviewed include Chevron and the Clean Air Act, Wallace and Prayer in Public Schools, Apprendi and Due Process, Bush vs. Gore and the 2000 Election and Hamdan and Habeas Corpus.

Initially a considered conservative when appointed by President Ford, many argue Stevens became more liberal over his tenure. Though others regard him as independent and note his strong respect for stare decisis. This audiobook reviews some of Justice Stevens' core thinking during his time on the nation's highest court.

©2022 Matt Bewig (P)2022 Historical Audiobooks

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