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A New Era for the Supreme Court

This article appears in the Fall 2016 issue of The American Prospect magazine. Subscribe here. T he 2016 term of the Supreme Court beginning in October marks its 48th year in a row under the leadership of a conservative chief justice appointed by a Republican president. That is more than one-fifth of the Court’s history. Saying that the Court is a political institution is now like saying there is a global economy: It is simply a fact.
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