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I enjoyed the data on recent history in Canada, Europe, and Israel The book isn t good for much else There might be something worthwhile deep down, very deep down, but the book was just not well thought through or presented It just comes off as a bit of a rant. Give us a king like the nations America s search for the normative outside of her founding charter Internationalization of U.S law The author, as always, brings example after example to the reader s attention, thankfully. .FREE PDF ♖ Coercing Virtue: The Worldwide Rule of Judges ⚖ In general, courts have been activist in opposing majority views on such matters as sexual practices, secularism versus religion, rights of speech and expression and feminism This judicial activism appears to impinge on the legitimate domains of the executive and legislative branches of government and constitutes the judicialization of politics and morals According to Bork, a number of courts tend to act in this activist fashion As well, international tribunals appear to exceed their jurisdiction, posing a threat to national sovereignty just as the national courts threaten democratic government This activism is than a threat Bork argues that both sovereignty and self government have already been seriously damaged Coercing Virtue attempts to account for the phenomenon of why so may courts in democratic nations behave in an imperialistic manner and why the results almost always appear to advance the liberal political and cultural agenda