It's time to ditch "judicial restraint"
This month’s Cato Unbound features a debate on “judicial activism” and the Constitution. The opening essay, “It’s Time to Ditch ‘Judicial Restraint,'” is by me. You can read it online here. In the coming weeks, there will be responses from Kermit Roosevelt III, Sandhya Bathija, and David Upham. I also have much to say on this question in The Conscience of The Constitution.
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