A time to speak: selected writings and arguments
Since at least 1971, when he published a seminal article on constitutional interpretation in the Indiana Law Journal, Robert Bork has been the legal and moral conscience of America, reminding us of our founding principles and their cultural foundation. The scourge of liberal ideologues both before and after Ronald Reagan nominated him for the Supreme Court in 1987, Bork has for fifty years unwaveringly exposed—and explained—the hypocrisy and dereliction of duty endemic among our nation’s elites, the politicization and adversary activism of our courts, and the consequent degradation of American society.
Now, for the first time, Judge Bork has gathered together his most important and prophetic writings in A Time to Speak, including a foreword and commentary by the author. The volume includes more than sixty vintage Bork contributions on topics ranging from President Nixon to St. Thomas More, from abortion to antitrust policy, and from civil liberties to natural law. It also includes several of his judicial opinions and transcribed oral arguments. A Time to Speak is an indispensable book for all who have harkened to the truths spoken so forthrightly, in season and out, by this great American original.
56 pages matching democratic in this book
Results 1-3 of 56
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Georgia Oral Argument 1976
Brief Against Vice President Spiro Agnew 1973
42 other sections not shown
abortion agreement American ancillarity ancillary restraints antitrust Appeals apply argued argument Article Atlas Atlas's Attorney capital punishment carrier agents clause Clorox common law competition conglomerate mergers Congress constitutionally consumers conviction create crimes criminal cruel and unusual culture death penalty decision democratic discretion doctrine Dred Scott due process Due Process Clause economic Edward Levi effect efficiency Eighth Amendment equal Equal Protection Clause fact federal Fourteenth Amendment framers freedom Furman homosexual illegal impeachment imposed independent counsel indictment individual institutions intellectual international law issue Judge Bork judgment judicial judiciary jury Justice legislative legislature liberal liberty majority means ment merger military moral natural law Ollman opinion person petitioners political principle problem Professor prosecutor protection question reason requires result rule S.Ct seems Sherman Act social society speech statute supra Supreme Court theory thought tion United Vice President violation