This book begins with a survey of a half-century of judicial legislation. Chapter by chapter Schlafly reveals the astonishing scope of judicial ambition. Without any constitutional mandate, judges have banned the public recognition of God, redefined marriage, undermined national sovereignty, released a flood of pornography, institutionalized feminist dogma, interfered in elections, and handicapped law enforcement. But one of Mrs. Schlafly's most startling revelations is the origin of judicial supremacy. The tyranny of judges stems from the infamous Dread Scott decision--the most carefully concealed skeleton in the judicial supremacists' closet. In spite of everything, Mrs. Schlafly concludes, the Constitution is on democracy's side. It provides all the tools necessary--if only we'll use them--to rescue America from the tyranny of judges.
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