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A Country I Do Not Recognize by Robert H. Bork
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Jul 26, 2011

Published in 2005 by the Hoover Institution and edited by Robert Bork, this 183 page book is a collection of five essays on the legal decisions over the last 50 years that have undermined our nation's values, sovereignty, and core founding principles. The title of the book comes from Justice Scalia's opinion in one of his dissents that day by day the Supreme Court is "busy designing a Constitution for a country I do not recognize." If you still believe in self-government, read it.

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