Manhattan Insights: Supreme Court's Seismic Summer
This summer, the U.S. Supreme Court delivered rulings on such contentious issues as voting rights, student loans, and race-conscious college admissions. Amidst dissent from academics, journalists, and activists who challenge the Court's decisions, we confront a pressing question: should Americans be concerned about the Supreme Court's long-term legitimacy?
Ilya Shapiro is a Manhattan Institute senior fellow and director of constitutional studies. He is the author of several books, including the forthcoming Canceling Justice: The Illiberal Takeover of Legal Education (Harper Collins). Ilya joins host Reihan Salam to discuss what lies ahead for the Roberts Court and more.
What Right-Wing Court? Newsweek, by Ilya Shapiro
Affirmative Action Ruling Is the End of the Beginning, City Journal online, by Ilya Shapiro and Renu Mukherjee
Podcast: Evaluating the Court’s SFFA Ruling, City Journal online, with Ilya Shapiro, Gail Heriot, and Wai Wah Chin