Explain why Abraham Rosenberg refuses to retire from the Supreme Court even though he is in extremely poor health.
Explain the reasons why Thomas Callahan is one of the most popular professors at Tulane University.
In Chapter 2, Callahan asks students to discuss Nash v. New Jersey. Compare the majority opinion of the Supreme Court and the dissent in this case.
Explain why Barr goes to meet with Mattiece. Describe his mission and the results of his mission.
Explain why, in Chapter 4, Coal describes the murders of Rosenberg and Jensen as the perfect crisis.
The President tries to blame the murders of Rosenberg and Jensen on the FBI. Discuss why the FBI is or is not responsible for the deaths of these justices.
Throughout the novel, we see a strong contrast between the President of the United States and his Chief of Staff, Fletcher Coal. Compare and contrast the...
This section contains 474 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)