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Sometimes even the highest Court in the land can blunder, right? Sure, according to a legal scholars who gathered recently at Pepperdine Law School to discuss the five worst Supreme Court rulings ever. "These cases show that the Supreme Court does make mistakes, that the justices aren't infallible," said Tom Best, acting dean of Pepperdine's law ...

4 comments

  1. Michał Barcikowski

    What about Roe?

  2. If you’re interested in reading the full cases, here’s a link to each case via LII at Cornell: http://bit.ly/dZ8ycF

  3. The beautiful thing about the past is you can choose to deny the past, choose to ignore the past, or choose to learn from the past, but you can never change the past, so fools may become wise from their past mistakes only if they admit that they have made mistakes and then choose not the make the same mistakes in the future!-Born to do battle, drafted at birth.a.k.a.Warrior Breed!-04-06-2011

  4. Hindsight’s a wonderful thing.

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