The U.S. Supreme Court has done a lot of damage to liberty, interpreting government powers broadly and many constitutionally protected rights narrowly.
Cato Institute senior fellow Robert A. Levy and Institute for Justice co-founder William Mellor have catalogued some of the Court’s worst offenses in their new book, “The Dirty Dozen: How Twelve Supreme Court Cases Radically Expanded Government and Eroded Freedom.”
For the most part, the cases they’ve selected for derision are appropriate, and their discussions leave no doubts about their genuine concern for personal and economic liberty.
Which cases have they chosen? Here’s the list …
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