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That Eminent Tribunal: Judicial Supremacy and the Constitution (New Forum Books)

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ISBN-10: 0691116679
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"This is a very impressive collection of essays by a group of scholars who are at, or entering, the peak of their careers - and stars and superstars they are." - James R. Stoner, Jr., Louisiana State University, author of Common-Law Liberty: Rethinking American Constitutionalism; "This is one of the few academic books that leave the reader asking for more rather than less. It is by a group of leading scholars who lament the judicial activism of federal courts over the past half-century, and particularly since Roe v. Wade. The variety and trenchancy of its arguments make it a significant contribution to the scholarly, and popular, debate over judicial power." - Charles R. Kesler, Claremont Institute, Editor of the Claremont Review of Books"

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"This is a very impressive collection of essays by a group of scholars who are at, or entering, the peak of their careers--and stars and superstars they are. From a variety of perspectives, but with a shared spirit, they analyze the way the contemporary Supreme Court understands judicial power and its role in the American polity. Rather than harness the courts, they seek to breed a better sort of justice, or less metaphorically, to develop a concept of judicial power and of the place of constitutional law within the polity that will in the long run result in the repair of the wrongs they discover."--James R. Stoner, Jr., Louisiana State University, author of Common-Law Liberty: Rethinking American Constitutionalism

"This is one of the few academic books that leave the reader asking for more rather than less. It is by a group of leading scholars who lament the judicial activism of federal courts over the past half-century, and particularly since Roe v. Wade. The variety and trenchancy of its arguments make it a significant contribution to the scholarly, and popular, debate over judicial power."--Charles R. Kesler, Claremont Institute, Editor of the Claremont Review of Books

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