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Ready for June? With only a few more weeks left in this Supreme Court term, there's going to be plenty of reading on the menu before summer break.
But once the June term ends, Supreme Court junkies, after a few weeks of detoxing, are going to be seeking their next fix. Fortunately, there are plenty of books, old and new, to keep you busy until the fall.
We could never top SCOTUSblog's comprehensive list of 351 books by Supreme Court justices, past and present, because damn, that's a list. The only notable omission (since the list was last updated in 2012), is Ret. Justice Stevens' Six Amendments, which has been the talk of the town (for better or worse) for the last few months.
Give us an incomplete grade on this, as we still haven't finished our list from last September:
GoodReads, a great source for book recommendations, has a list of the most popular Supreme Court books amongst its users. Here are their top five:
Is any list complete without Gideon's Trumpet?
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