Is the Supreme Court the Guardian of the Constitution?
Robert A. Licht
American Enterprise Institute, 1993 - Law - 199 pages
The Supreme Court has recently undergone a crisis of legitimacy. This book examines the controversy surrounding the conventional wisdom that the Court is the guardian of, as well as the final authority on, the Constitution and the ultimate defender of our liberties.
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