Essay:The Supremacists

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The Supremacists is a book by Phyllis Schlafly about the tyranny of judges. Originally published in 2004, it was then expanded for its paperback version in 2006.

Additional examples and solutions for judicial tyranny have come to light since this book was published. Please contribute here to the growing list of new insights and examples of judicial supremacy:

One new suggestion for curbing judicial supremacy with respect to the citation of foreign law is for Congress to pass a law establishing evidentiary requirements before foreign practices or laws can be cited in federal court.