1 edition of The Supreme Court review found in the catalog.
The Supreme Court review
Philip B. Kurland
|Statement||edited by Philip B. Kurland, Gerhard Casper, and Dennis J. Hutchinson|
|Series||The Supreme Court review -- 1988., Supreme Court review -- 1988.|
|Contributions||United States. Supreme Court, University of Chicago. Law School|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||267|
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Moskowitz.Clearly this author is a "living constitutionalist". It is also evident that they prefer activist judges who interpret laws to mean what the creators of said laws never included in the texts. I wouldn't say the Supreme Court has any "enduring bias", but rather has been churning out decision based on textualist interpretations, for the most part.