William J. Bennett

“Eisenhower has been much criticized for his failure publicly to endorse the Court's decision. But he felt that doing so would set an undesirable precedent. If a president endorsed decisions he agreed with, might he feel compelled to oppose decisions he did not agree with? And what would that do to the rule of law? "The Supreme Court has spoken and I am sworn to uphold ... the constitutional processes.... I will obey."3”


William J. Bennett, From a World at War to the Triumph of Freedom 1914-1989
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From a World at War to the Triumph of Freedom 1914-1989 (America: The Last Best Hope #2) From a World at War to the Triumph of Freedom 1914-1989 by William J. Bennett
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