Join Judge Amul Thapar and the Anchoring Truths Podcast team for a deep dive into Judge Thapar’s new book on Justice Clarence Thomas, The People’s Justice. The book delves into some of Justice Thomas’s opinions that tell the fascinating stories of the litigants behind the cases as well as how Justice Thomas’s approach to originalism brings out the constitutional stakes in each case.
“Finding the right answer,” Justice Thomas has observed, “is often the least difficult problem.” What is needed is “the courage to assert that answer and stand firm in the face of the constant winds of protest and criticism.”
Amul Thapar is a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. The son of Indian immigrants, he grew up in Toledo, Ohio, and graduated from Boston College and the University of California at Berkeley Law School. Before becoming an appeals court judge, he served as a federal prosecutor and trial judge. He regularly teaches at Notre Dame, the University of Virginia, and Vanderbilt. He and his wife have three children and live in Northern Kentucky.
Purchase your copy of The People’s Justice from its publisher Regnery here.