The ACLU, the Constitution, and the Supreme Court: (The Batting Average of the ACLU at the Supreme Court in the 20th Century)

Much has been written about the ACLU, but few know what it does or how it does what it does. This three-volume, 2,100-page work is the only compilation extant of the 765 cases decided by the U.S. Supreme Court where the ACLU was involved during the 20th century. Each case is summarized in about three pages.

The information in this work includes: how each of the 45 Supreme Court Justices voted on each of the 765 cases; and the batting average of the ACLU by vote tally (i.e. 9 to 1, 8 to 2, 6 to 3) and by decade based on the defined ACLU wins and losses. The work offers no opinions about the ACLU, but offers the work for others to analyze and debate.

This project is approximately 99% complete and ready to be published. The author, Steven C. Markoff, is looking for an agent and/or publisher.