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David A. Kaplan



Damien Donck-Newsweek

David A. Kaplan is the former legal affairs of Newsweek, where he covered the Supreme Court for a decade. His other books include "The Silicon Boys," a New York Times best-seller that has been translated into six languages; "The Accidental President," an account of the 2000 election on which HBO’s Recount was based; and "Mine’s Bigger," a biography of the largest sailboat in the world that won the Loeb Award for Best Business Book of 2008. A graduate of Cornell and the New York University School of Law, he teaches courses in journalism and ethics at NYU. His new, widely lauded book is "The Most Dangerous Branch: Inside the Supreme Court's Assault on the Constitution."


Books:
The Most Dangerous Branch: Inside the Supreme Court's Assault on the Constitution
Current Issues / Politics / Social Science
Crown/Penguin/Random House
September 2018
ISBN 1524759902
$30.00, INSTOCK
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The Accidental President: How 413 Lawyers, 9 Supreme Court Justices, and 5,963,110 Floridians Landed George W. Bush in the White House
Current Issues / Politics / Social Science
William Morrow
November 2000
ISBN 9780066212838
336 pages
$26.00, OUTOFSTOCK
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For thirty-seven days after the disputed presidential election of 2000, we watched great theater, as George W Bush and Al Gore slugged it out in the swamp. More/less

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