459 pages. Softcover. Brand new book. LAW. Systematically presents and validates the use of the attitudinal model to explain and predict Supreme Court decision making. Thoroughly reflecting research and Supreme Court decisions since 1993, including Bush v. Gore, this study is the definitive presentation of the attitudinal model and an authoritative critique of the two major alternative approaches to Supreme Court decision making making: the legal and rational choice models. Includes an Index. (Key Words: United States Supreme Court, Jeffrey A. Segal, Law, Harold J. Spaeth, Abe Fortas, Attitudinal Model, Constiutional Law, United States, Constitutional History, Judicial Process, Byron White, Warrent Court, John Paul Stevens, Antonin Scalia, Richard M. Nixon, Thurgood Marshall, Anthony Kennedy, John M. Harlan, Fourteenth Amendment, William O. Douglas, United States Constitution, Warren Burger, William J. Brennan, Harry Blackmun, Stephen Breyer).
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