Judge Bork: Plain but Deep

From a Roger Kimball review of Robert H. Bork’s Coercing Virtue that appeared in National Review: Like many profound books, Coercing Virtue does not attempt to say anything new. Instead, it does something that is at once more valuable and more difficult: It reminds us of old, familiar truths–so familiar that they are everywhere neglected. [Read More...]


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