Supreme Court Criticism – The New York Times

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During periods of intense political debate in the U.S., the Supreme Court often becomes a target of harsh criticism.

Jefferson complained of “useless judges” and described the judiciary as “a despotic branch.” Lincoln suggested that allowing the Supreme Court to overrule public opinion could lead “to anarchy or to despotism.” A member of Franklin Roosevelt’s cabinet said that one court decision should “outrage the moral sense of the country.”

Across history, the goals of such…

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