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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

And Now, the Exciting Conclusion to "Which Justice Said That?"!

The Justice who once said,

I do not think the Supreme Court lives in a vacuum. It reads the newspapers. I suppose it is influenced by the reaction of a society to its decisions; at least I hope it is. I think it should be.

Is . . .

5. Antonin Scalia!!

(See Nomination of Judge Antonin Scalia: Hearings Before the S. Comm. on the Judiciary, 99th Cong., S. Hrg. 99-1064, at 34 (1986).)

[Make of it what you will.]

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