The Public Interest

The Supreme Court in the culture wars

Jeremy Rabkin

Fall 1996

JUSTICE Antonin Scalia made the point with characteristic bluntness. Dissenting from the Supreme Court’s 1996 decision in Evans v. Romer, Scalia protested that the majority ruling “takes sides in the culture wars.” Even those who approve the result must be hard put to refute this characterization.

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