Hofstra Law Review


Eric J. Segall


The article explores the widespread apprehension, particularly among the political left, regarding the current conservative majority on the Supreme Court. It highlights the Court's recent decisions, which have had significant implications for various issues such as reproductive rights, gun control, affirmative action, and the power of the administrative state. It argues that the focus should be on the institution itself rather than the individuals who occupy it.

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