The Public Interest

A conservative case for judicial activism

David P. Bryden

Spring 1993

CONSERVATIVES sometimes remark that liberals would be less enamored of judicial activism if it were employed on behalf of conservative causes. A powerful polemical point, surely, but not one that has caused much insomnia in Cambridge.

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