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by Inc. Congessional Quarterly
Author: Inc. Congessional Quarterly
Publisher: Cq Pr (September 1, 1981)
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Supreme Court through the 2008–2009 term. The body of the work consists of 22 chapters divided into six parts
Supreme Court through the 2008–2009 term. The body of the work consists of 22 chapters divided into six parts. Volume 1 covers the history of the Court, how the Court has defined the powers of the branches and levels of government, and how the Court has addressed individual rights. In volume 2, part 4 describes congressional, presidential, media, and public pressures on the Court. Part 5 explains court operations, traditions, personnel, courtrooms, and costs.
Supreme Court Justices Illustrated Biographies 1789-2012 (Congressional Quarterly 1995) The Supreme Court . His work focuses on how the Court makes its decisions in the context of how the justices interact with each other and with their clerks.
An original essay on each justice paints a vivid picture of his or her individuality as shaped by family, education, pre-Court career, and the times in which he or she lived.
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Read by Congressional Quarterly. Focuses on the Supreme Court's role in American politics. Using a wide selection of primary source materials, this title examines the Court's impact on different groups, agencies, and public policies as well as on public philosophies about the appropriate dimensions of judicial power.
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The Supreme Court Historical Society (the Society) is a nonprofit organization incorporated in the District of Columbia. It is dedicated to expanding public awareness of the history and heritage of the supreme court of the united states and to preserving historical documents and artifacts relating to the Court's history. The Society's quarterly newsletter for its members contains short historical articles and news of programs and activities. In cooperation with Congressional Quarterly, In. the Society published The Supreme Court Justices: Illustrated Biographies, 1789–1995, a collection of biographies of 108 current and former justices.
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