While it seems that a President who disagrees with the Supreme Court's account of the Constitution faces only two choices--to enforce the Court's decision or defy the Court and take his case to a skeptical populace--there is a third way in which the President can publicly embrace the doctrine in question, while at the same time refusing to follow it. Pres Clinton's Administration has followed just such a third way approach to "Regents of the University of California v. Bakke."
Alan J. Meese,
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