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Supreme Court: Theory Class and American Constitution

supreme court: Perhaps he would lecture about the irony of Trump's election in a country founded on the unshakeable principles of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, according to Rabble. Instead, I listened to my professor explain, as countless others after him did, why Trump wouldn't be that bad for America or the rest of the world. I attended my political theory class to find a sliver of solace in my professor's eloquence. My professors, most of them white, male, and in privileged positions, explained that the supreme court must undoubtedly uphold the American constitution and protect civil liberties. The tone in which they spoke was seductive. One in particular projected that Trump dared not implement his ludicrous campaign promises of a Muslim ban, a wall at the Mexican border, or attacks on free trade agreements. ( As reported in the news.