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For 30 years, Justice Antonin Scalia was the most articulate voice for the U.S. Constitution on the Supreme Court, and his opinions and philosophy endeared him to conservatives (and even some liberals). Especially considering the controversial cases the Supreme Court is reviewing this term, Scalia Speaks: Reflections on Law, Faith, and Life Well Lived reminds readers of Scalia’s ability to interpret the law with clarity and a patented sense of humor that is sorely missed.
A firm originalist who practiced judicial restraint, Scalia was a giant among men and will be remembered as one of the most important justices in the Court’s history. Neil Gorsuch took his spot on the Supreme Court.
Antonin Scalia was appointed as an associate justice for the U.S. Supreme Court by President Ronald Reagan in 1986 where he served until his death in 2016. He was a practicing lawyer in the 1960s, and then worked in public service in the 1970s with roles in President Richard Nixon’s general counsel and as the Assistant Attorney General.
“Justice Scalia has and always will be revered by conservatives as a principled justice who honored the Constitution,” said Christopher Malagisi, Editor in Chief of the Conservative Book Club. “This book is a beautiful compilation of Scalia’s speeches and writings that serve as a reminder of the brilliant yet relatable civil servant we unfortunately lost.”
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