Strict Constructionism vs. Judicial Activism: Who Cares?

What’s the difference between a strict constructionist and a judicial activist The Legal Theory Blog goes into what they are and why they may be meaningless:

This entry in the Legal Theory Lexicon is a bit unusual. Rather than explicating concepts that are important to legal theory, the point of this post is to debunk two concepts that (arguably) are unimportant (or even meaningless), strict construction and judicial activism.

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One response to “Strict Constructionism vs. Judicial Activism: Who Cares?

  1. 30 at a graduate mathematics student. Public intellectual

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