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Judge Andrew Napolitano: The tyranny of the majority

"Which is better -- to be ruled by one tyrant three thousand miles away, or three thousand tyrants one mile away?" -- Rev. Mather Blyes (1706-1788) Does it really matter if the instrument curtailing liberty is a monarch or a popularly elected legislature? This conundrum, along with the witty version of it put to a Boston crowd in 1775 by the little-known colonial-era preacher with the famous uncle -- Cotton Mather, addresses the age-old question of whether liberty can survive in a democracy.
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Andrew Napolitano Discusses Getting Into Law School

If you are thinking about going to law school, it is helpful to know what some top legal minds did when studying law. This includes Judge Andrew Napolitano. Andrew Napolitano is best-known as a legal commentator. Young people may not realize that he is also one of the top minds of his era. He is a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Notre Dame School of Law.
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Andrew Napolitano Takes a Look at the Future of the Legal Field

YONKERS, NY — February 9, 2021 — Among the top minds in the legal field, Andrew Napolitano could be at the top of the list. Even though most of the younger generation knows him as a commentator on Fox’s various legal issues, he also spent eight years on the Supreme Court bench in New Jersey, the youngest judge in the state’s history. Furthermore, Judge Napolitano is also very generous with his time, giving it back to those who need assistance. Because he has extensive experience regarding significant issues in the legal field, he can look at what changed since he got involved and what it means for the future. What should people keep in mind when it comes to trends within the legal industry?