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    A republic, if you can keep it / Neil M. Gorsuch with Jane Nitze and David Feder.
    by Gorsuch, Neil M. (Neil McGill), 1967- author.
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    New York, New York : Crown Forum, an imprint of Random House, a division of Penguin Random house Limited Liability Company, [2019]
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  • Judicial process -- United States.
  • ISBN: 
    9780525576785 (hardcover)
    0525576789 (hardcover)
    Description: 
    ix, 339 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cm
    Edition: 
    First edition.
    Contents: 
    Introduction -- 1. "A republic, if you can keep it": -- Passing the torch -- Welcome to new citizens -- 2. Our Constitution and its separated powers: -- Of lions and bears, judges and legislators -- "Power without law" -- Gutierrez-Brizuela v. Lynch -- Caring Hearts v. Burwell -- United States v. Nichols -- Sessions v. Dimaya -- 3. The judge's tools: -- Originalism and the Constitution -- A case for textualism -- United States v. Carloss -- Carpenter v. United States -- United States v. Games-Perez -- United States v. Rentz -- 4. The art of judging: -- On courage -- (How) do judges think? -- Of intentions and consequences -- On precedent -- Henson v. Santander -- A.M. v. Holmes -- Direct Marketing Association v. Brohl -- American Atheists v. Davenport -- 5. Toward justice for all: -- Law's irony -- Access to affordable justice -- A note on jury trials -- Alejandre-Gallegos v. Holder -- Mathis v. Shulkin -- Hester v. United States -- 6. On ethics and the good life: -- A tribute -- White and Murrah -- But my client made me do it -- Ten things to do in your first ten years after graduation -- 7. From judge to justice: -- The East Room - The Senate Judiciary Committee -- The front porch.
    Summary: 
    As Benjamin Franklin left the Constitutional Convention, he was reportedly asked what kind of government the founders would propose. He replied, “A republic, if you can keep it.” In this book, Justice Neil Gorsuch shares personal reflections, speeches, and essays that focus on the remarkable gift the framers left us in the Constitution.
    Justice Gorsuch draws on his thirty-year career as a lawyer, teacher, judge, and justice to explore essential aspects our Constitution, its separation of powers, and the liberties it is designed to protect. He discusses the role of the judge in our constitutional order, and why he believes that originalism and textualism are the surest guides to interpreting our nation’s founding documents and protecting our freedoms. He explains, too, the importance of affordable access to the courts in realizing the promise of equal justice under law - while highlighting some of the challenges we face on this front today.
    Along the way, Justice Gorsuch reveals some of the events that have shaped his life and outlook, from his upbringing in Colorado to his Supreme Court confirmation process. And he emphasizes the pivotal roles of civic education, civil discourse, and mutual respect in maintaining a healthy republic.
    A Republic, If You Can Keep It offers compelling insights into Justice Gorsuch’s faith in America and its founding documents, his thoughts on our Constitution’s design and the judge’s place within it, and his beliefs about the responsibility each of us shares to sustain our distinctive republic of, by, and for “We the People.” (Publisher)
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