Rosen, Jeffrey
March 1996
New Republic;3/18/96, Vol. 214 Issue 12, p16
Criticizes U.S. Republican Presidential candidate Pat Buchanan for the lecture on judicial dictatorship that he delivered in January 1996. Contention against the claims of Buchanan that he has no pollsters and speech writers; Comments on the incoherence of Buchanan's jurisprudence; Overview of some inconsistencies in the lecture regarding the notion that the executive branch had a co-equal right with the Supreme Court and Congress to make its own judgment about the constitutionality of legislation.


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