The 2020 election is as much about the Supreme Court as it is about Trump. Justice Ginsburg's passing opens up a nomination most likely to be confirmed by the next President, but Trump and the GOP will try to get it down beforehand. Senator Ted Cruz, a former state attorney general for Texas, is fully acquainted with how the Supreme Court works, its colorful history, and how important it is to defend the Constitution. One justice--one vote-- can change a nation by overriding the Constitution.
This is a summary book. It is not the original book. It is meant as a companion book, not a replacement.
Nothing less than our freedoms are at stake should a liberal judge become a new addition to the court, a strategy put in play by the Left since the 1960s.
Cruz served as a Supreme Court clerk and litigated the court numerous times with success. He is an expert on the Supreme Court and refused an offer to sit on it, believing he could positively affect America more as a Senator and potential President.
Cruz's book is not only timely, it reveals the diabolical nature of the Left in a constant effort to strip freedom from the American people.
Scott Campbell often chooses Best Sellers to summarize which have congruent material to his full-length books.
Ways to use summaries:
Option #1: Read a chapter or section from the parent book, and then the summary for that part.
Option #2: Buy the summary. Make sure the parent book is for you. If it is, then dive into the parent book with a built-in knowledge framework.
These techniques will help you fully understand and master the concepts and ideas and why they are essential.
Reasons to use summary books:
#1 Decide if the original book is for you.
#2 Get chapter-by-chapter main points and takeaways.
#3 Gain a more in-depth understanding.
#4 Learn what you must in a fraction of the time.
#5 Refresh your memory of the parent book.
#6 Enjoy occasional editorial comments.