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Where Bork led, most conservatives were ready to follow.
One sees there is more than merely a desire for connubial bliss, however misplaced," Judge Bork said.
Bork said Burger King does not see a reason to change its corporate strategy, despite the general sales decline in the industry.
In his 1978 book, The Antitrust Paradox: A Policy at War with Itself, (1) Bork argued that antitrust law made sense and was socially beneficial only if seen as simply an anti-monopoly, purely economic measure; the sole purpose of which was to protect free market competition in the interest of serving consumer welfare.
Inside the 2,500-square-foot store, Bork has laid out her "eclectic" and "whimsical" inventory: refashioned and vintage clothing, china sets, antique dolls, vintage linens, antique chandeliers, antique books, handmade candles, vintage and antique furniture, and a rustic sled.
History will treat Robert Bork more kindly than Congress has.
We favor steamed over unsteamed, as do most of our customers," Bork added.
In many cases, there is no reason to believe that Bork would have voted differently from Kennedy.
The distinguishing features of modern originalism could only be vaguely perceived in Bork's Indiana Law Journal article, which, as Bork said at the time, "did not offer a complete theory of constitutional interpretation" but rather set out to "attack a few points that may [have been] regarded as salient in order to clear the way for such a theory.
That level of support is generally lower than what Gallup has found when it first polled about other recent court nominations, trailing all others except Harriet Miers and Robert Bork.
Watson is right to praise Robert Bork and to pair him with Joseph Story as two of the greatest proponents of the fixed rule of law that lies at the very core of written constitutionalism ("The Old Race of Judges," Fall 2009).
In A Time to Speak: Selected Writings and Arguments (ISI Books, 2008), Bork claims that nothing encourages moral relativism so blatantly and effectively as "radical individualism or autonomy" in the law, which he sees as the "leading feature of modern constitutional adjudication.