At one point in Tocqueville’s Recollections, his wonderful book about the 1848 revolution in France and his role in the politics of its aftermath, Tocqueville muses that one of the distressing things about being a politician is that you have …
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Will right-wing opponents of the new health care reform legislation be able to overturn it by getting the Supreme Court to declare it unconstitutional? I’d like to think the answer is a definite no, and probably it is, but I’m …