Confirmation Bias by Carl Hulse
Call Number: KF8742 .H85 2019
The embodiment of American conservative thought and jurisprudence, Antonin Scalia cast an expansive shadow over the Supreme Court for three decades. His death at a Texas hunting resort in February 2016 created a dilemma for Republican leadership faced with the prospect of yet another Obama Supreme Court nominee, this time one who could tip the ideological balance of the court and alter the course of American history. In "Confirmation Bias", Carl Hulse tells an exclusive account of the rush of events following Scalia's death.