||Anthony M Kennedy
||Free to subscribers of The Green Bag.
||1 doll : ceramic, col. ; 20 x 8 x 8 cm. in box 22 x 10 X13 cm.
||Justice Anthony M. Kennedy bobbleheaded doll
Justice Anthony M. Kennedy bobblehead doll
Justice Anthony M. Kennedy bobble head doll
Anthony M. Kennedy bobbleheaded doll
Anthony M. Kennedy bobble headed doll
Anthony M. Kennedy bobblehead doll
Green bag (Cleveland, Ohio)
Doll is dressed in Supreme Court robes painted with imagery specific to his jurisprudence; his shoes include a pair of asterisks - used by Kennedy in one-footnote opinions -- and his cufflinks display the mathematical symbols for "congruence and proportionality," a Kennedy phrase from City of Boerne v. Flores. The doll stands on a relief map of Glacier Bay National Park, at issue in his 2005 ruling Alaska v. United States. Doll is holding Vol. 505 of the U.S Reports, which includes Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the 1992 case where Kennedy took a key pro-abortion rights stance. The box the doll in packed in is modeled after the cargo containers discussed in one of Kennedy's more obscure decisions, Itel Containers v. Huddleston from 1993.