Can We Depolarize the Supreme Court?

The Fourth in a Series on Depolarizing Politics

The March for Life 2017. James McNellis from Washington, DC, United States / CC BY (

Writing about depolarizing politics in the middle of the 2020 presidential election feels like bailing out the Titanic with a teaspoon. Or worse, I have become Don Quixote tilting at windmills in a war zone. That was before the Supreme Court announced that Ruth Bader Ginsburg had lost her fight to cancer.