The “Jewish Jefferson” is the name given Justice Louis D. Brandeis by Jeffrey Rosen, author of “Louis D. Brandeis: American Prophet.” Brandeis was the critic of bigness in government, in business, even in farming. His idyllic vision of an agrarian American Utopia comprised of small farms and family businesses was in line with Jeffersonian ideals. He fervently believed in economic justice, freedom of speech and freedom against unreasonable search and seizure. His words and opinions are most relevant to the times we live in.
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