The Supreme Court's Constitution : an inquiry into judicial review and its impact on society

@inproceedings{Siegan1987TheSC,
  title={The Supreme Court's Constitution : an inquiry into judicial review and its impact on society},
  author={Bernard H. Siegan},
  year={1987}
}
The U.S. Court has exercised enormous influence on American society throughout its history. Although the Court is considered the guardian of the Constitution, the Constitution does not specifically set forth the Court's power to strike down federal or state legislation, nor does it provide guidance on how this power should be applied. In this critical examination of Supreme Court opinions, Bernard Siegan argues that the Court has frequently ruled both contrary to and without guidance from… CONTINUE READING