How strong is the “least dangerous branch?” Moreover, how self-restrained should it be?

In this episode of “Unprecedential,” Adam White interviews Greg Weiner, AEI visiting scholar and associate professor at Assumption College. Professor Weiner’s latest book, “The Political Constitution: The Case Against Judicial Supremacy,” argues that an over-active judiciary undermines the Constitution’s republican qualities. He and Adam discuss judicial restraint, judicial legitimacy, and the Madisonian and Burkean themes of Weiner’s previous books.

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