7 Harv. J. L. & Pub. Pol'y 13 (1984)
Courts today accept two incorrect assumptions when interpreting the federal constitution. First, they assume that the judiciary is the sole branch with the definitive power in interpreting the Constitution. Second, they assume that the Supreme Court's decisions on constitutional interpretation are the law of the land and equal to the language of the Constitution itself. This Article proposes that Congress ought to exercise its removal power of appellate jurisdiction from the federal courts in certain areas of law to limit the Supreme Court’s power in creating law that expands the Constitution, which is mistakenly viewed today with equal stature as the language of the Constitution.
Charles E. Rice,
Withdrawing Jurisdiction from Federal Courts,
7 Harv. J. L. & Pub. Pol'y 13 (1984).
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