Justice honored by different-minded Scalia
CHICAGO – It was an odd choice to bring in Antonin Scalia, one of U.S. Supreme Court’s most conservative justices, to help dedicate a courtroom to a decidedly liberal justice who served on the court about a half-century ago.
Nobody saw that more clearly than Scalia himself.
“Let’s be honest, I am not a good choice to praise Arthur Goldberg,” Scalia said Friday to those gathered in the newly named courtroom during a ceremony at The John Marshall Law School in downtown Chicago. “I am not here to praise Justice Goldberg’s jurisprudence.”
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