Dec 19, 2012
Robert Bork, who died Wednesday, was an unrepentant reactionary who was on the wrong side of every major legal controversy of the twentieth century. The fifty-eight senators who voted against Bork for confirmation to the Supreme Court in 1987 honored themselves, and the Constitution. In the subsequent quarter-century, Bork devoted himself to proving that his critics were right about him all along.
Jeffrey Toobin, writing in the The New Yorker, neither mincing words nor feeling any particular need to sugar coat an obituary.
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