If Akhil Reed Amar’s “America’s Unwritten Constitution” enlightens us – makes us think more deeply about deeply serious things – Jeffrey Toobin’s “The Oath” entertains us and reminds us that it is the interplay between different personalities and agendas that more than any scholarly argument or historical text that is often at the heart of the laws we live with.
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