Theodore Roosevelt Quote

It is the people, and not the judges, who are entitled to say what their constitution means, for the constitution is theirs, it belongs to them and not to their servants in office—any other theory is incompatible with the foundation principles of our government.


Theodore Roosevelt Cyclopedia (ed. 1941)

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It is the people, and not the judges, who are entitled to say what their constitution means, for the constitution is theirs, it belongs to them and...

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It is the people, and not the judges, who are entitled to say what their constitution means, for the constitution is theirs, it belongs to them and...

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It is the people, and not the judges, who are entitled to say what their constitution means, for the constitution is theirs, it belongs to them and...

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It is the people, and not the judges, who are entitled to say what their constitution means, for the constitution is theirs, it belongs to them and...