SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR: How the First Woman on the Supreme Court Became Its Most Influential Justice
Offers readers a fascinating portrait of a complex and multifaceted woman--lawyer, politician, legislator, and justice, as well as wife, mother, A-list society hostess, and competitive athlete. Provides an in-depth account of her transformation from tentative jurist to confident architect of American law. Photos.
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