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A core complaint of many American conservatives is that judges - and not elected representatives - have been making laws, not just interpreting them. Now a new book by Robert Bork questions the basis of such legal activism not only in America but worldwide. Judge Bork argues that a "New Class" of elites is using judicial review to outflank majorities and push through a radical social agenda. Are judges overstepping their authority? Are there remedies?
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Senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, former U.S. Solicitor General, and the author of Coercing Virtue: The Worldwide Rule of Judges.
Originally Aired: 10/15/2003
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