Less than a year in office as chief justice, and John Roberts Jr. is already the subject of a biography, complete with behind-the-scenes details and family photos. Never mind that the book is only 44 pages long and its target audience maxes out at middle school-aged children, Supreme Court correspondent Tony Mauro reports that it's a great read and a must-buy for Court-watchers of all ages. Among the burning questions answered: the reason for Roberts' penchant for basic black robes.
Secrets Revealed in New Roberts Biography
August 4, 2006
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