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Ted Morton

Professor of political science, University of Calgary, Executive Director of the Alberta Civil Society Association. Mr. Morton is also one of Alberta's two Senators-Elect, elected by Albertans to represent Alberta in the Senate but so far ignored by Liberal prime minister Jean Chretien when making Senate appointments. Co-author (with Rainer Knopf) of The Charter Revolution and The Court Party (2000, Broadview Press)

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The Supreme Court is no longer a court, but an overtly political censor, an oracle ready to second-guess disputable political judgments whenever it sees the need.

Apr. 2000 - from The Charter Revolution and The Court Party (with Rainer Knopf)
Canadians are just beginning to discover just how much of our public life is now dictated by unelected judges. But given the trust most of us still place in the courts and the charter, the educational process is too slow.

Jan. 19, 1998 - quoted in "The makings of a counter-revolution", an essay in Alberta Report