A bombshell is buried deep within "Judging Thomas," Ken Foskett's engaging biography of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas -- but not about affirmative action or about the sexual harassment claims that nearly sank Thomas' nomination. A comment from Antonin Scalia, whom some suggest is Thomas' ideological guide on the high court, provides insight into his fellow justice's jurisprudence, and suggests that perhaps it's actually Thomas who is the Court's boldest conservative.
The Bombshell in the Clarence Thomas Biography
August 5, 2004
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