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When the Supreme Court loses Americans' loyalty, chaos – even violence – can follow

By Joseph Daniel Ura, Professor of Political Science, Texas A&M University
Matthew Hall, University of Notre Dame
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The Supreme Court’s historically low public standing has prompted a national conversation about the court’s legitimacy. It’s even drawn rare public comment from three sitting Supreme Court justices. What’s referred to by experts as the problem of “judicial legitimacy” may seem abstract, but the court’s faltering public support is about more than popularity.

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