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Vision: A Memoir of Blindness and Justice

Extraordinary ... At once a legal history of the last half-century and a story of blindness and enlightenment ... After more than 300 pages of unaffected prose, however jauntily wry, I might have welcomed a bit of excessive drama ... On the other hand, the rigorous dispassion of his opinions has been key to his success in defending the democratic ideals that we are now in danger of losing.
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Although his memoir is both affecting and inspiring, of particular interest to readers of a legal bent are Tatel’s well-informed criticism of the current Supreme Court’s conservative majority ... A provocative, well-written pleasure for students of contemporary jurisprudence.
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