Justice White and the Law, 112 YALE LAW JOURNAL 993 (2003)
Let me begin where Justice White began.
First, Justice White believed in the law. He believed both in its power and in its legitimacy. His constitutional judgments were rooted in a fundamental premise-that the application of law in a democracy is not something to be feared; rather, the exercise by government of legitimate authority is essential, and welcome, in a free and democratic land.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Stith, Kate, "Justice White and the Law" (2003). Faculty Scholarship Series. 1280.