Who The Hale Cares What They Think?
Over the past month, critics of the Dobbs draft have thrown every conceivable attack at Justice Alito’s opinion. Perhaps the most unexpected attacks were directed at the ancient writers that Alito cites. For example, there was an attempt to cancel Henry de Bracton, a thirteenth century English jurist. Others excoriated Alito for citing Matthew Hale, a seventeenth-century English jurist. Of course, Hale had been recently cited by Justices Kagan and Breyer. But whatever, Dobbs.
Has this inane criticism of Sir Mat
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