More than two years after his death, U. S. Supreme Court Antonin Scalia’s legacy is still a flash point of controversy—and Scalia would probably be OK with that.

Scalia, who died at age 79 in February 2016, was a happy but divisive warrior who filled his decisions and dissents—and he loved writing dissents—with sharp criticism of his colleagues, even though in person, he was a courtly Old World-style gentleman and friend to many.

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