The company they keep : how partisan divisions came to the Supreme Court / Lawrence Baum, Neal Devins.

Are Supreme Court justices swayed by the political environment that surrounds them? Most people think 'yes,' and they point to the influence of the general public and the other branches of government on the Court. It is not that simple, however. As the eminent law and politics scholars Nea...

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Main Authors: Baum, Lawrence (Author), Devins, Neal (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2021.
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