The Brethren: Inside the Supreme Court Setting & Symbolism

Bob Woodward
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The United State Supreme Courtappears in non-fiction

The United States Supreme Court is located in Washington D.C. at Second and Constitution. It is the place where the nine Justices hear cases and render their opinions.

University Clubappears in non-fiction

The University Club is a private club in Washington D.C. that Earl Warren belonged to.

The White Houseappears in non-fiction

The White House in Washington D.C. is the home and office of the President of the United States. As such, it is the site of many meetings.

The U.S. Department of Justiceappears in non-fiction

The Justice Department building is located in Washington D.C. and is the site of the location of the office of John Mitchell, the Attorney General under Richard Nixon.

National Lawyers Clubappears in non-fiction

The National Lawyers Club is a private club in Washing D.C. favored by Warren E. Burger...

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