|PDF Title :||Judgment Calls: Principle and Politics in Constitutional Law|
|Total Page :||218 Pages|
|Author:||Daniel A. Farber|
|PDF Size :||1,847 KB|
|PDF Link :||Available|
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Judgment Calls: Principle and Politics in Constitutional Law
Like others, we are often dissatisfied with the Court’s rulings. Many of the justices do not share our political views; some may not be paragons of judicial temperament.
We do not wish to be understood as apologists for the current bench, nor do we ignore the flaws of their predecessors. But the imperfections of the institution of judicial review should not blind us to the real contribution it has made to our democratic society.
It is in the nature of human institutions to disappoint idealists, but without those institutions, our ideals would have no traction on reality.