Court short?

[T]he effect of the [High Court’s] decisions on the life of the country and its relative freedom from direct control are too great for it to be insulated from vigorous discussion and criticism. But, although humility is not the appropriate stance for one evaluating such a significant and potent institution, effective criticism must take into account the complexity and difficulty of the task the judges are expected to undertake.  (Leslie Zines (1930-2014), The High Court and the Constitution (1987), p. 386)

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