Restraining Judicial Activism

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WallBuilders, Incorporated, 2007 - Law - 64 pages
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This enlightening book addresses the crisis of judicial activism in today's government, revealing an overlooked Constitutional provision: impeachment, the recourse prescribed by the Founders for an unaccountable judiciary. Learn how to recognize judicial activism and reinstate judicial accountability.

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David Barton has been a Research Associate at Stanford University and a Visiting Scholar at OISE, Toronto. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Linguistics at Lancaster University.

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