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Bush v. Gore : the court cases and the commentary

Autor: E J Dionne; William Kristol
Editora: Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, ©2001.
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"In the first half of this volume gathers what we and the editors at the Brookings Institution Press believe to be the most important legal documents in the Bush-Gore confrontation ... The book begins with the early advisory rulings on the recounts by Florida state officials. It moves on to the intermediate court rulings and ends with the critical decisions in early December by the Florida Supreme Court and the  Ler mais...
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Pessoa Denominada: George W Bush; Albert Gore; Al Gore; Bush.; Gore.; George W Bush; Albert Gore, Politiker.; George W Bush; Albert Gore
Tipo de Material: Recurso Internet
Tipo de Documento: Livro, Recurso Internet
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: E J Dionne; William Kristol
ISBN: 0815701071 9780815701071
Número OCLC: 45918743
Notas: Includes index.
Descrição: xiv, 344 p. ; 23 cm.
Conteúdos: Introduction: The Florida Moment --
Court Cases --
Advisory Opinion DE 00-10, Florida Department of State, Division of Elections, November 13, 2000 --
Advisory Opinion DE 00-11, Florida Department of State, Division of Elections, November 13, 2000 --
Advisory Opinion DE 00-13, Florida Department of State, Division of Elections, November 13, 2000 --
Advisory Legal Opinion AGO 2000-65, Florida Attorney General, November 14, 2000 --
McDermott v. Harris, Leon County (Florida) Circuit Court, November 14, 2000 --
Palm Beach County Canvassing Board v. Harris, Supreme Court of Florida, November 21, 2000 --
Bush v. Palm Beach County Canvassing Board, Supreme Court of the United States, December 4, 2000 --
Gore v. Harris, Leon County (Florida) Circuit Court, December 4, 2000 --
Gore v. Harris, Supreme Court of Florida, December 8, 2000 --
Bush v. Gore, Supreme Court of the United States, December 9, 2000 --
Bush v. Gore, Supreme Court of the United States, December 12, 2000 --
Per Curiam --
Chief Justice Rehnquist, concurring --
Justice Stevens, dissenting --
Justice Souter, dissenting --
Justice Ginsburg, dissenting --
Justice Breyer, dissenting --
Gore v. Harris, Supreme Court of Florida --
Order on Remand, December 14, 2000 --
Opinion, December 22, 2000 --
Commentary November 7-21, 2000 --
Scrap This System from The Washington Post / E.J. Dionne Jr. --
Gore's Spoiled Ballot from The Weekly Standard / David Tell and William Kristol --
Electoral College, Unfair from Day One from The New York Times / Akhil Reed Amar --
Gore Coup d'Etat? from The Wall Street Journal / The Editors --
Time to Act Presidential from The Washington Post / The Editors --
Counting the Vote: Stop This Litigation from The Wall Street Journal / Griffin Bell --
Dept. of Close Calls: George W.'s Cousin from The New Yorker / Jane Mayer --
Suddenly, Bush Likes the Lawyers from The Washington Post / E.J. Dionne Jr. --
Gore Coup from The Weekly Standard / David Tell --
Can Gore Ever Win? from The New York Times / Thomas L. Friedman --
Why the Restraint? from The National Review / Richard Lowry --
Commentary November 22-December 9, 2000 --
What Now? from Slate / Alan Brinkley and Michael W. McConnell --
This Willful Court from The Washington Post / George F. Will --
Supremely Ill-Judged from The Wall Street Journal / Michael W. McConnell --
Hands Off from The New Republic / Jonathan Rauch --
Gore Owes It to Nation to Fight On from The Boston Globe / Thomas E. Mann --
Our Imperial Judiciary from Time / Charles Krauthammer --
Crowning the Imperial Judiciary from The New York Times / William Kristol --
Deadlines and Dishonesty from The Washington Post / Michael Kinsley --
Judicial-Activist State from The National Review / Ramesh Ponnuru --
Phantom Poll Booth from The New York Review of Books / Ronald Dworkin --
Florida Fatigue from The Washington Post / E.J. Dionne Jr. --
Legislature's Duty from The Wall Street Journal / John Yoo --
Rein in the Legislature from The Washington Post / Peter M. Shane --
Florida Ballot Spoilage Likelier for Blacks from The Washington Post / John Mintz and Dan Keating --
First Principles in Florida from The Weekly Standard / Noemie Emery --
Gov. Bush's Cynical End-Around in the Florida Legislature from The Boston Globe / Thomas Oliphant --
Keep Them Out! from The New York Times / Bob Herbert --
W. Stands for Wrongful from The LA Weekly / Harold Meyerson --
Double Standard from The Washington Post / E.J. Dionne Jr. --
Ghosts in Florida from The Washington Post / Colbert I. King --
Commentary December 10-13, 2000 --
President by Judicial Fiat from The Weekly Standard / William Kristol --
Our Robed Masters from The Weekly Standard / Robert N. Hochman --
Let the Voters Decide from The Washington Post / E.J. Dionne Jr. --
Equal-Protection Card from The National Review / Michael Greve --
Court Casts Its Vote from The New York Times / Pamela S. Karlan --
Left Tells Right: "Heads I Win, Tails You Lose" from The Wall Street Journal / Randy E. Barnett --
In Blocking Vote Count, High Court Shows Which Team It's Rooting For from The Los Angeles Times / Ronald Brownstein --
Florida's Silver Lining from The American Prospect / Nicholas Confessore --
Let the Count Continue from The Washington Post / Jesse L. Jackson and John J. Sweeney --
No Surprise. It's an Activist Court from The New York Times / Larry D. Kramer --
Judicial Activism on Trial from The Washington Post / George F. Will --
Commentary December 14, 2000... --
Place Forever Changed by Indecision 2000 from The Palm Beach Post / Frank Cerabino --
Constitutional Crash Landing from The National Review / Richard A. Epstein --
So Much for States' Rights from The Washington Post / E.J. Dionne Jr. --
Muddled Ruling from The Wall Street Journal / Michael W. McConnell --
Partisanship Rules from The Nation / Eric Foner --
Supreme Travesty of Justice from The Washington Post / Mary McGrory --
Another Kind of Bitter Split from The New York Times / Linda Greenhouse --
Failure of Reason from The New York Times / Anthony Lewis --
Brand New Game from The Washington Post / Scott Turow --
New Voting Rights Movement from The New York Times / Lani Guinier --
Bush Victory from The Weekly Standard / David Tell --
Supreme Court Commits Suicide from The New Republic / Jeffrey Rosen --
Unsafe Harbor from The New Republic / The Editors --
Act of Courage from The Weekly Standard / Nelson Lund --
Equal Protection Run Amok from The Weekly Standard / John J. DiIulio Jr. --
Real Division in the Court from The Weekly Standard / Michael S. Greve --
Eppur Si Muove from The New Yorker / Hendrik Hertzberg --
Why the Florida Recount Was Egregiously One-Sided from The National Journal / Stuart Taylor Jr. --
Contempt of Court from The American Prospect / Randall Kennedy --
What We'll Remember in 2050 from The Chronicle of Higher Education / Cass Sunstein and Harvey J. Mansfield.
Outros Títulos: Bush versus Gore
Responsabilidade: E.J. Dionne Jr. [and] William Kristol, editors.

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The legal and historical significance of the 2000 US election between Bush and Gore will be studied and debated for years to come. This volume combines the most important source documents with the  Ler mais...

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