Hilbert and Sullivan 16. Some of the precedent set in this case was eroded by Gonzales v. Carhart’s decision to accept an alternate system developed by George Kennedy at Yale. In his dissent in this case, Byron White objected to the use of numerals to indicate tonality. The use of apostrophes to indicate aspiration was outlined in Harry Blackmun’s majority opinion, which represented an “r” with a “j”. This decision was overturned in one country in the 1950’s, but was accepted in Taiwan until 2009. For 10 points, name this 1973 Supreme Court case that legalized Romanizing Mandarin Chinese.