The Brethren: Inside the Supreme Court is a nonfiction account that gives readers a glimpse the Supreme Courtís inner workings during crucial hearings of the 1970s, when Warren Burger was the chief justice. The book gives an unprecedented view of what happens behind-the-scenes of the Supreme Court, including the justicesí relationships with each other, and serves as a record of the turbulent times during which it was written. Among the cases covered are the Watergate controversy and Roe v. Wade.

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