Politics or Justice? Three Days of Argument: Obamacare on Trial Audiobook Released by Castlibrary

Will Obamacare survive the Supreme Court? Will the justices rule based on politics or the constitution? Three Days of Argument: Obamacare on Trial captures one of the most important issues facing our nation and our Supreme Court.
 
 
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April 5, 2012 - PRLog -- Will Obamacare survive the Supreme Court? Three Days of Argument: Obamacare on Trial captures one of the most important issues facing our nation and our Supreme Court. Will the justices rule based on politics or the constitution?

Castlibrary.com (http://www.castlibrary.com) announced immediate availability of a new audio book entitled Three Days of Argument.   “There's so much controversy about how the court will rule.  Will it decide on politics or the law? The politics are so heated, the President even challenged the court's ability to rule a law unconstitutional.  We want people to decide for themselves.  That's why we made this audiobook of the three days of argument" says Alex Nesbitt of Castlibrary.com.

Castlibrary.com produced the audiobook to make the oral arguments to the court as widely available as possible, and to make them easy to listen to. The audio book is free to all who want to download the book.

The oral arguments to the court spanned three days and included over six hours of argument by various attorneys.  This case is one of the most important cases that the Supreme Court will consider and the findings of the Court will have widespread implications.

Mr. Nesbitt says “The raw audio files and transcripts from the court are daunting to listen to.  We broke the audio into sixteen distinct chapters that allow you to move through the audio with ease.  For example, if you want to jump right to the most interesting arguments listen to chapter 6, 7 and 8.  Those chapters are the main arguments for and against the individual mandate.”

Three Days of Argument is available to be downloaded for free from Castlibrary.com.

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