“Best of Coolidge” Readings: Vice Presidential Years, Part 1

Kicking off the next three “Best of Coolidge” Readings from the Vice Presidential years, is this insightful speech entitled “The Limitations of the Law” delivered before the American Bar Association’s annual meeting held in San Francisco, August 10, 1922. While it could be said that the Supreme Court has made a few more errors of judgment than existed in Cal’s day, nevertheless, much of what he has to say here speaks just as loudly now as it did then.

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