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Randall L. Kennedy, The Case for Borking, Am. Prospect, July 2, 2001, at 26, 27.

Abstract: As the battle over the federal judiciary heats up, progressives must convince the general public of a basic proposition--the judiciary is an inescapably political branch of government whose agents, the judges, should be viewed in much the same way other politicians are. Progressives should strive to shape the judiciary in such a way that will produce good, sound, progressive rulings.