impeach Justice Thomas?

Ilya Somin isomin at gmu.edu
Tue Oct 2 09:55:40 PDT 2007


It seems to me that many political figures write autobiographies that revisit major controversies that centered around them. For example, Bill Clinton's book prominently discusses his impeachment and the Monica Lewinsky episode. 

Writing a book like that is unlikely to be a result of some major psychological dysfunction and is easily put down to a natural desire for vindication.

Ilya Somin
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