Monday, March 12, 2012
I was asked to review a book. For Love and Liberty, by Stephen Grimble. It is interesting in terms of what the author thinks the founding fathers would do today in terms of the Constitution and the direction of America. The book is fairly well written, but it has a very strong political point of view. If one does not agree with the author's perspective on politics and the interpretation of the Constitution, you will not enjoy the book. As a former professor of Constitutional Law, I find that many points that are given as fact are in reality open to interpretation. Overall, if you agree with the author's politics, get the book.