Magna Carta Is Turning 800—And as Relevant as Ever

, Supreme Court Brief


The Magna Carta, or Great Charter, turns 800 years old next June and yet, like an age-defying elixir, it has been popping up with increasing frequency in U.S. Supreme Court opinions.

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