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The Myth of Judicial Activism

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The Myth of Judicial Activism

The myth of judicial activism by Kermit Roosevelt Constitutional scholar Kermit Roosevelt uses plain language and compelling examples to explain how the Constitution can be both a constant and an organic document, and takes a balanced look at controv.... Published date on: 2006 with total page: 262 pages. Publisher of The Myth of Judicial Activism is Yale University Press.

Constitutional scholar Kermit Roosevelt uses plain language and compelling examples to explain how the Constitution can be both a constant and an organic document, and takes a balanced look at controversial decisions through a compelling new lens of constitutional interpretation.

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