Published July 1988
by William Morrow & Co .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||717|
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If Abe Fortas is indeed the progeny of legal realism at Yale, readers of Kalman's earlier work cannot afford to ignore this new book."—Michael F. Colosi, Michigan Law Review "Laura Kalman's book is a model of biographical research. This engrossing book--the first full Abe Fortas was a New Dealer, a sub-cabinet official, the founder of an eminent Washington law firm, a close adviser to Lyndon Johnson, and a Supreme Court justice/5. Abe Fortas, lawyer and associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States (–69). Nominated to replace Earl Warren as chief justice by Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson in , Fortas became the first nominee for that post since . Notwithstanding the book's shortcomings, anyone interested in Fortas or even the Supreme Court will probably enjoy the book. Anyone without either of those special interests, however, will probably find the book a tedious way to learn about fascinating people in significant eras of the nation's history.