“How inappropriate it is to apply a doctrine under which the Supreme Court has a duty to preserve the Constitution inviolate against unauthorized changes by others by perverting that doctrine into one under which the Supreme Court is authorized to do the very thing the doctrine requires it to prevent others from doing.” (Jerome Horowitz, speaking of the doctrine of Judicial Review having power to change the Constitution by interpretation and not through the amendment process. The Elders of Israel and the Constitution, p. 185. 1970.)

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