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The authority of the Court and the peril of politics / Stephen Breyer.

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Mark Twain Library Association - Redding 347.73 Bre (Text to phone) 33620150404636 Adult New Nonfiction Available -

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The Court's power: In general -- The Court as a check -- The "check" and the future.
Summary, etc.:
"Americans increasingly believe the Supreme Court is a political body in disguise. But Justice Stephen Breyer disagrees. Arguing that judges are committed to their oath to do impartial justice, Breyer aims to restore trust in the Court. In the absence of that trust, he warns, the Court will lose its authority, imperiling our constitutional system"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: United States. Supreme Court.
Rule of law > United States.
Political questions and judicial power > United States.

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