Citizens United: Judicial Activism

Jeffrey Toobin in The New Yorker argues that the Citizens United decision was an extraordinary example of judicial activism:

Above all, though, the result represented a triumph for Chief Justice Roberts.

Even without writing the opinion, Roberts, more than anyone, shaped what the Court did.

As American politics assumes its new form in the post-Citizens United era, the credit or the blame goes mostly to him.

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