"Judicial Activism: Is Judicial Activism Harmful?; How Has Judicial Activism Affected Particular Issues?; What Is the Relationship Between Public Opinion and Judicial Activism?; Is Judicial Activism an Issue in Other Countries?"-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-189) and index.
Is judicial activism harmful? Liberal activist judges endanger the Constitution / Jonathan Witt
Conservative activist judges endanger America / Robert A.G. Monks ; Peter L. Murray
Judicial activism, by liberal and conservatives, is a danger to America / Carson Holloway
Judicial activism in support of individual liberty is beneficial / Damon W. Root
Judicial activism in support of justice is beneficial / Dahlia Lithwick
Judicial activism is not a useful concept / Kermit Roosevelt
How has judicial activism affected particular issues? Judicial activism has dangerously expanded the Interstate Commerce Clause / Thomas Sowell
Defining the Commerce Clause does not constitute judicial activism / Matthew Provance
Judicial activism unjustly restricts gun rights / Dave Workman
The expansion of gun rights is a dangerous example of judicial activism / John Paul Stevens
Gay marriage should be decided politically, not by judicial activism / Paul Campos
What is the relationship between public opinion and judicial activism? Public opinion shapes judicial actions / Barry Friedman ; Jeffrey Rosen
Public opinion can be shaped for the better by judicial activism / Damon W. Root
Judicial activism is wrong when it goes against public opinion / Michael Laprarie
The public opposes judicial activism / Wendy Long ; Gary Marx
The public does not care about judicial activism / Paul Waldman
The public opposes judicial activism because it does not understand the issue / Doug Bandow
Is judicial activism an issue in other countries? Judicial activism in Canada is undermining democracy / Rory Leishman
Judicial activism in Canada is not a real problem / Peter McKnight
Judicial activism in Pakistan may lead to military intervention / Amir Mir
Judicial activism is needed in Pakistan / Pakistan Press International.
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