« on: June 11, 2007, 11:12:31 PM »
I'm just finishing "Go East Young Man," an autobiography of William O. Douglas' early years up until FDR's death. It's interesting because it ties in his broader views on life with the implementation of public policy. He doesn't talk a lot about his personal life during his years as a Supreme Court Justice, but the insider perspective on FDR's presidency and the New Deal is fascinating. It's out of print but last I checked there were copies available through Amazon.