On June 30, the Supreme Court concluded its current year’s court term. This term is said to be a turning point in history, because of the series of Supreme Court rulings in these final weeks that have changed the legal landscape of the United States. They have far-reaching implications for the future.
In particular, the decision to overturn the abortion rights precedent of Roe v. Wade was a goal that the Republican Party had been trying to achieve for fifty years and never did. But now, with Democrats holding the majority in both houses of Congress, that goal has actually been achieved. The magic behind this could not be more surprising.
How did this happen?