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Radio Atlantic: Partisanship at the Supreme Court

As the justices consider the limits of partisanship in two major cases, will questions about the Court’s own politics be its undoing?

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In the coming days, the Supreme With these decisions imminent, that same question about partisanship in nonpartisan institutions hangs over the Court itself. Still by Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation battle, the nation’s highest court has a “.” And with Democratic candidates proposals to pack the court, that virus could remake the third branch of American government.

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