SOURCE: The New Republic
The New Wave of Court Activism Revives Interest in Felix Frankfurter, a Hands-Off Justice
by John Fabian Witt
Historian and legal scholar Brad Snyder's new biography shows Justice Frankfurter's concern for courts moving too far away from the decisions of elected legislators echoed in today's battles over abortion, guns and religion—by both sides.
These 9 Justices Failed to Vote the Way Their Party Expected
by Ronald L. Feinman
But have we seen the last of their kind?
SOURCE: The New Yorker
The Great Paper Caper
by Jill Lepore
Someone swiped Justice Frankfurter’s papers. What else has gone missing?
- How Tina Turner Escaped Abuse and Reclaimed her Name
- The Biden Administration Wants to Undo the Damage of Urban Highways. It Won't be Simple
- AAUP: Fight Tooth and Nail Against Florida's Higher Ed Agenda Because Your State is Next
- Texas GOP's Ten Commandments School Bill Fails
- Former Alabama Governors: We Regret Overseeing Executions
- Jeff Sharlet on the Intersectional Erotics of Fascism
- Scholars Stage Teach-in on Racism in DeSantis's Back Yard
- Paul Watanabe, Historian and Manzanar Survivor, Makes Sure History Isn't Forgotten
- Massachusetts-Based Historians: Book Bans in Florida Affect Us, Too
- Deborah Lipstadt's Work Abroad as Antisemitism Envoy Complicated by Definitional Dispute