Inside the Supreme Court
The rule of law is a core component of any modern society, and the judges who interpret laws have a difficult job. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the Supreme Court, the highest judicial body in the United States. This book offers a discussion of one of America's most notable institutions, explaining what the court does and how justices are selected. Some of its most famous cases are highlighted. Guided by accessible text and vibrant full-color photographs, readers will explore this important branch of the federal government.