It was just over seven years ago that Supreme Court Associate
Justice Antonin Scalia died, leaving a conservative America in
shock and sadness. But his legacy lives on -- and, as Scalia
chronicler James Rosen says, it's a legacy that will prove him the
most influential and important member of the court for the coming
100 years or so. But what of his early life? Of his pre-SCOTUS
life? Rosen in his new book, "Scalia: Rise to Greatness,
1936-1986," chronicles some of the characteristics, personality
quirks and experiences -- gleaned during interviews with associates
as well as during personal lunches and get-togethers with the
justice -- that made Scalia, well, Scalia.
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