Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Garrow on Thomas

David Garrow claims that other reviewers have "missed the lede" on the new Clarence Thomas biography, suggesting that "Any reader who comes to this book without a pre-existing animus toward Thomas will likely feel tremendous empathy for his life story, even if the reader's legal views -- like this reviewer's -- differ from Thomas'." His sympathetic reading is on Law.com and will appear in the November issue of American Lawyer.

Jabari Asim's compelling take in the Washington Post is noted on LHB here.

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