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The Present and Future of the Supreme Court
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Author and CNN Legal Analyst Jeffery Toobin joins Dave to discuss his book The Nine: Inside the Secret World of the Supreme Court, and reveals some surprising information about the men and women on the bench, the change in philosophy of the court under George Bush and what the future could hold for the court after the 2008 elections. And business advisor Allan Cox will tell you how to unleash your Inner CEO.
Episode Segments:
The Nine
Jeffery Toobin, CNN legal analyst and author of The Nine, joins Dave to talk about the Supreme Court: Whats at stake for the court in the coming elections, how has the Supreme Court defined George Bushs presidency, and who does Jeffery think Hillary Clinton would appoint to the Court if she gets elected? The answer may surprise you.
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The Makeup of a Justice
Jeffery and Dave continue their discussion of the Supreme Court. Jeffery reveals which justice is the most regular guy, and how the philosophy of the court has changed with George Bushs appointees.
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The Legacy of John Roberts
Dave and Jeffery discuss the impact John Roberts has had in his short tenure as Chief Justice. Plus - which Justice is the quirkiest, which is the most judicious, which one doesnt own a computer or cell phone, and which one is still harboring anger and resent.
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Leadership at any Level
Author and Coach to CEOs Allan Cox joins Dave to discuss his new book Your Inner CEO: Unleash the Leader Within. In this segment, Dave & Allan discuss the reasons for writing the book, how Allan coaches CEOs, and the perception versus reality of the public opinions of CEOs.
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Whats in it for the CEO?
Dave and Allan continue their discussion, and talk about why CEOs come to him; what do they get out of the experience, how does he go about gathering information inside of a company and how candid can Allan be when dealing with the executives who hired him.
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Balancing Leadership and Life
In the final part of their conversation, Dave and Allan discuss how CEOs can balance their business and personal lives, how much time it really takes to get the job done right, and the three most important criteria for success as a leader or executive.
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Bestselling author Jeffrey Toobin takes you into the chambers of the most important—and secret—legal body in our country, the Supreme Court, and reveals the complex dynamic among the nine people who decide the law of the land. Just in time for the 2008 presidential election—where the future of the Court will be at stake—Toobin reveals an institution at a moment of transition, when decades of conservative disgust with the Court have finally produced a conservative majority, with major changes in store on such issues as abortion, civil rights, presidential power, and church-state relations.

Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Allan Cox
Allan Cox advises America's CEOs, Top Teams, and Boards of Directors, to help them reach their highest levels of achievement and personal satisfaction. His work serves as a catalyst for trust and candor among these three groups; his process uncovers sensitive issues and generates superior options for action. Working with leaders from Fortune 500 firms to smaller companies, he stimulates the creation of strategies for dealing with seemingly insurmountable difficulties. Allan's problem-solving clarity focuses on facing and conquering the tough new challenges in corporate America today.

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Jeffery Toobin
Jeffrey Toobin, a staff writer at The New Yorker since 1993 and the senior legal analyst for CNN, is one of the most recognized and admired legal journalists in the country. Toobin joined CNN in 2002 after six years with ABC News. In 2000, he received an Emmy Award for his coverage of the Elian Gonzalez case. Before joining The New Yorker, Toobin served as an Assistant United States Attorney in Brooklyn, New York. He also served as an associate counsel in the Office of Independent Counsel Lawrence E. Walsh, an experience that provided the basis for his first book, Opening Arguments: A Young Lawyer’s First Case: United States v. Oliver North. Jeffrey Toobin received his B.A. from Harvard College in 1982, and, in 1986, graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review. He lives in Manhattan.

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