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By Pete Winn, CNSNews.com

One of America’s foremost experts on constitutional law says the death of Judge Robert H. Bork Wednesday is not only a cause for mourning for many, but should also be the cause for some soul-searching. . . .

Jay Sekulow, chief counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice, agreed with McConnell, saying liberals hated Bork -- precisely because he was the foremost exponent of judicial restraint.

“Robert Bork was “the father of the whole judicial restraint movement,” Sekulow told CNSNews.com. “He was a guy that not only had a correct judicial philosophy but also the correct judicial temperament and I think the Supreme Court lost a great opportunity when he was not confirmed.”. . .

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