Studies that build on the established body of evidence are more likely to be true than ones that appear to overturn it.
Bork's textualism was also not likely to overturn a ton of democratically created laws.
But it is, and it is going to be used to overturn Section 5.
early 13c., of a wheel, "to rotate, roll over," from over- + turn (v.). Attested from c.1300 in general transitive sense "to throw over violently;" figurative meaning "to ruin, destroy" is from late 14c. Of judicial decisions, "to reverse," it is attested from 1826. Related: Overturned; overturning.