Felix Frankfurter (November 15, 1882 – February 22, 1965) was an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Frankfurter became the court's most outspoken advocate of judicial restraint: the view that courts should not interpret the Constitution in such a way as to impose sharp limits upon the authority of the legislative and executive branches. As such, he was an opponent of judicial activism, the view that allows the judiciary to interpret laws in a way in which they may not have been intended.
"Answers are not obtained by putting the wrong question and thereby begging the real one."
"Too often the shortcut, the line of least resistance, is responsible for evanescent and unsatisfactory success."
(Vidal Sassoon (born 17 January 1928) is a widely recognised British hairdresser, credited with creating a simple geometric, "Bauhaus-inspired" hair style, also called the bob. His "wash and wear" philosophy liberated women from the "tyranny of the salon" and "revolutionised the art of hairstyling.")
"The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary."
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