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The Dirty Dozen: How Twelve Supreme Court Cases Radically Expanded Government and Eroded Freedom

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The Founding Fathers wanted the judicial branch to serve as a check on the power of the legislative and executive, and gave the Supreme Court the ... Show synopsis

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Terror on the bench

by Xeniades on Oct 14, 2008

If you've ever wondered how the federal government got so out of control this is the book to read. What the founders never expected was that the three branches would ever collude together to skirt the Constitution. In this book I discovered how one court case during FDR's presidency upset the careful ... More

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