Books by Howard Ball

Released: Jan. 27, 1999

"Better as 'further reading' than as an accessible general introduction, Ball's biography nevertheless stands as an extension of Marshall's own dissents—a clarion call for conscience in future Supreme Court deliberations. (16 pages b&w photos)"
The second major Marshall biography in recent months (after Juan Williams's Thurgood Marshall: American Revolutionary, p. 1105) stresses the late civil rights giant and Supreme Court justice's legal career more than his larger-than-life personality. Read full book review >
Released: Dec. 1, 1991

"A thoughtful study of an abiding constitutional legacy. (Twenty halftones—not seen.)"
An intelligent and thorough assessment of the legacy of the Supreme Court's famous liberals. Read full book review >