The Audiobook and .pdf versions of CourtZero are now available for free download!
This book was self-published in October, 2004. While much has changed in the American political landscape since that time, the author hopes that some might still find this book informative and interesting.
The judicial branch of our government is malfunctioning, and representative government is at risk. The meaning of the Constitution shifts with the attitudes of judges. This book explains the history and dangers of judicial activism in an easily understandable way. The author, founder of CourtZero.org explains in concise, plain, and powerful language, the decisions of the black-robed decision makers that affect us all. If you are interested in compelling social issues, the role of the ACLU, the plight of the Boy Scouts, the future of privacy, or the rise of state-sanctioned euthanasia, this book is for you. -- we can reform the most powerful branch of the most powerful government in the history of the world, not because we hate it, but because we love what it is meant to be.
You can download mp3 files of the entire CourtZero audiobook by clicking on the chapter links below. It’s up to you to pick which chapters you want to download, but you are welcome to them all. Obviously, the book is best when listened to in its entirety, and in order.
Table of Contents: free mp3 files
3. Ed, Larry, and Jerry -- this is a favorite of kids learning about the courts
22. The plan to confront the courts -- we can reform the most powerful branch of the most powerful government in the history of the world, not because we hate it, but because we love what it is meant to be.
Bill of Rights
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