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On at this time’s episode of Hear Me Out… supreme hubris.
The Supreme Courtroom is at the moment unpopular to a historic diploma. That reputation is, in fact, contingent on political opinion – and whether or not the court docket has bucked it not too long ago. However most individuals agree that one thing’s improper with the Supreme Courtroom as an establishment.
And, in accordance with Aaron Tang, it’s not partisanship… despite the fact that that’s a well-liked scapegoat. It’s overconfidence and egos operating wild.
Professor and writer Aaron Tang joins us to debate what’s improper with SCOTUS, and the way we’d begin to repair it.
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Podcast manufacturing by Maura Currie
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