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November 14, 2004


An election lesson

"Whatever you feel about the rights that have been gained through the courts, it is easy to see that dependence on judges has damaged the progressive movement and its causes." (David von Drehle, "Take the Issues to the People, Not to the Courts", Washington Post, Nov. 14).

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