Justice Stephen Breyer on Tuesday warned that public acceptance of U.S. Supreme Court decisions, and more fundamentally, the rule of law, was threatened by court reform proposals and growing distrust of all government institutions.

“These are more than straws in the wind,” Breyer said in a two-hour address at Harvard Law School titled “The Authority of the Court and the Peril of Politics.”

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