Have Gripe, Will Travel

Rehyansky, Joseph A.
July 1982
National Review;7/9/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 13, p835
The article focuses on the experiences of U.S. defense lawyer William Kunstler. Kunstler is now sharing his experiences with young people as he is concerned about their education. He's going to review some U.S. Supreme Court cases for them, considering just those from January 1981 onward, in order to demonstrate that the U.S. Supreme Court, as currently constituted, is determined by any means possible to destroy the Constitution of the United States and build itself a stone mansion of repression. He wants to demystify the Court for young people.


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