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Chapter 8: The Supreme Court
We live under a Constitution. But the Constitution is what the judges say it is.
For myself, it would be most irksome to be ruled by a bevy of Platonic Guardians, even if I knew how to choose them, which I assuredly do not.
- The Role of the Courts
- The Structure of the Court System
- Denying Democracy? The Case of Flag-burning
- Appointing the Justices
- After the Appointment: Life Tenure and Judicial Independence
- Three Courts, Three Types of ‘Activism’
- The Limits to Court Influence
- A Juridicized Politics and a Politicized Judiciary?