Book Review: Judicial Tyranny
Every book has its own place among readers. The book Judicial Tyranny has become popular not only among politicians and those who are interested in political science, but also among those who are willing to live in a free country where individual’s rights and freedoms are not oppressed. The main idea of the book is to show that judges rule the country without paying attention and taking care about average citizens. Moreover, the state and federal government support these ideas. Reading the book, one understands that the relationships between average citizens and representatives of the judicial power resemble the situation between slaves and masters in the times of the Roman Empire.
The book Judicial Tyranny has several advantages as well as disadvantages. The main advantage of the book is that the author shows the citizens that they should fight for their future and the future of their children and grandchildren. However, the disadvantage of the book is that it consists of the articles written by significant representatives of political science. Thus, it becomes difficult to read, especially for those who do not know English well, but they are willing to fight for their rights. The book may be interesting for those who want to protect the rights of the oppressed, young lawyers, as well as politicians. The book is intended for a wide audience because it deals with the problems that should be of interest to every citizen, especially to those who are willing to change something for the better. This book was enjoyable to read because it contains many bright ideas about changing the modern society of the United States of America, as well as the moral principles of modern judges. The point is that the author does not call to make a revolution; he rather advises how to have a silent fight and win.