Remark on Judiciary Has Familiar Tone

New York Law Journal

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Inasmuch as history is a powerful teacher and in light of the recently-twittered tensions concerning the operation of the judicial branch of government, it might be well to consider Andrew Jackson's reputed comment about the "so-called" co-equal branch, rendered after an important early case and crisis in 1832.

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