How Posner Thinks

American judges do not, Richard Posner argues, always do what most Americans, and most American judges, believe they do: that is, apply the Constitution, statute law, and precedent to the facts brought before them, and thus settle cases with full neutrality and according to the boasted claim that ours is a government of laws, not of men.

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