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The Context of Judicial Activism
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The Context of Judicial Activism

Publication date:
01 Feb 1999
Tags: Constitution: Government & The State 
Original Format:Hardback 152 pages. 160x 237x 17mm| 386g
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Publication City/Country:Lanham, MDUnited States
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ISBN:
0847689913
ISBN13:
9780847689910
Editor:
ROWMAN & LITTLEFIELD
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English
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Original Title:
The Context of Judicial Activism
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In this book, Frederick P. Lewis examines the legacy of the Warren Court, analyzing why the court's activism survived largely intact despite the efforts of four Republican presidents over a 20-year period to replace activist federal judges with jurists committed to judicial restraint. The Context of Judicial Activism will be a valuable resource for students and scholars of twentieth century constitutional history and the judicial process.

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