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Rule Of (International) Law

Monday, February 28, 2005

One of the more dangerous fads in Supreme Court jurisprudence of late is something called "international law," in which American laws are measured not just against the Constitution but against the laws of foreign countries. The purpose is to put the U.S. law in what supporters delicately call a "global context." What they really mean is that they can`t persuade enough Americans of their views to change U.S. law so they want to persuade judges to do it for them.

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