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Three law professors (Neal Katyal of Georgetown, Suzanna Sherry of Vanderbilt, and Randy Barnett of Boston University) answer the question: What should the Senate be asking John Roberts?
• How About That 10th Amendment? John Roberts Jr.’s credentials and legal ability are beyond question. But there is one added qualification a Supreme Court nominee requires: a judicial philosophy of respect for the rule of law provided by the Constitution as written. • What the Co-Equal Branch Thinks Instead of thinking about a Supreme Court confirmation hearing as just the investigation of a particular nominee, the Senate should use the upcoming hearing on John Roberts Jr. as a rare chance to help direct the path of constitutional law — by instructing the other eight justices about Congress’ sentiments on weighty legal matters. • Is Roberts a Man of Judgment? How should the Senate determine whether Judge John Roberts Jr. is a man of judgment? Asking him about his judicial philosophy is a fine start.

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