The judges war : the Senate, legal culture, political ideology, and judicial confirmation / edited by Patrick B. McGuigan and Jeffrey P. O'Connell.

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Free Congress Research and Education Foundation. Institute for Government and Politics
Other Authors: McGuigan, Patrick B., O'Connell, Jeffrey P., 1946-
Format: Book
Published: Washington, D.C. : Institute for Government and Politics of the Free Congress Research and Education Foundation, [1987]
Table of Contents:
  • Ill-advised and discontent : understanding the judges war / by Patrick B. McGuigan
  • Rehnquisition : rite of passage for a chief justice / by Jeffrey P. O'Connell and Patrick B. McGuigan
  • The judicialization of the American republic / by James McClellan
  • The role of Congress in constitutional interpretation / by Bruce Fein
  • An historical survey of Supreme Court appointees / by Bruce Fein
  • Judicial qualifications and confirmation : the Carter years / by George C. Smith
  • Qualifications and confirmation of Reagan's judges / by Peter J. Ferrara
  • The questionable role of the American Bar Association in the judicial selection process / by Daniel J. Popeo and Paul D. Kamenar
  • Bias : the law school dilemma / by Jeffery D. Troutt
  • Why lawyers like judicial activism : understanding the legal establishment / by Dan Peterson
  • The work product of Carter's judiciary : adjudication as policy making / by George C. Smith
  • Context in the judges war : work product from Reagan's judges / by Peter J. Ferrara
  • The struggle over judicial powers : the struggle for representative government / by Jeffrey P. O'Connell.