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Oliver P. Field
American professor of law

The [U.S. Supreme] Court is still struggling with the problem of 'interest' on the part of those who seek to challenge the validity of statutes. Little can be done to extricate the law from the bog into which it has fallen on this point so long as the idea prevails that constitutionality should be sparingly dealt with by the courts. It should be just the opposite...

1947 - from "Separation and Delegation of Powers" published in the American Political Science Review