The Supreme Court in American Politics: New Institutionalist Interpretationsby Howard Gillman
"These thoughtful, well-crafted, and engaging essays make a major contribution to our knowledge of the historical/i>
"A penetrating exploration of the 'new institutionalism' that expands our understanding of the Supreme Court in its larger political and social contexts."Tinsley E. Yarbrough, author of Judicial Enigma: The First Justice Harlan
"These thoughtful, well-crafted, and engaging essays make a major contribution to our knowledge of the historical development and current dynamics of the politics of the Supreme Court."Sue Davis, author of Justice Rehnquist and the Constitution
"Provides an abundance of insights about the conditions that shape the Court's behavior and its role in the political system."Lawrence Baum, author of The Supreme Court and The Puzzle of Judicial Behavior
"A very useful collection that should attract considerable classroom use."David M. O'Brien, author of Storm Center: The Supreme Court in American Politics
Author Biography: Howard Gillman is associate professor of political science at the University of Southern California and the author of The Constitution Besieged: The Rise and Demise of Lochner Era Police Powers Jurisprudence.
Cornell Clayton is associate professor of political science at Washington State University and the author of The Politics of Justice: The Attorney General and the Making of Legal Policy and the editor of Government Lawyers: The Federal Legal Bureaucracy and Presidential Politics.
Contributors: John Brigham, Keith J. Bybee, Susan Burgess, Cornell Clayton, John B. Gates, Howard Gillman, Leslie Friedman Goldstein, Mark A. Graber, Ronald Kahn, Michael McCann, Kevin T. McGuire, Mark Silverstein
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