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Public opinion and the Rehnquist court

Author: Thomas R Marshall
Publisher: Albany, NY : State University of New York Press, ©2008.
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Named Person: William H Rehnquist; William H Rehnquist; William H Rehnquist
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas R Marshall
ISBN: 9780791473474 0791473473
OCLC Number: 144598161
Description: xii, 269 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Chapter 1 Public Opinion and Supreme Court Policy-Making 1 --
A Representative Court? 1 --
How Pollsters View the Court 3 --
How the Justices View Public Opinion 4 --
Judicial Theories of Public Opinion 8 --
Linking Public Opinion and the Rehnquist Court 14 --
Chapter 2 Public Opinion and the Rehnquist Court 23 --
Studying Representation 24 --
Data Results 35 --
The State of Public Opinion Model 38 --
The Federal Policy Model 40 --
The State/Local Policy Model 41 --
Alternative Linkages 42 --
Chapter 3 Judicial Norms, Representation, and Public Opinion 51 --
Ideology and Representation 52 --
Poll Correction and the Lower Courts 55 --
Judicial Activism, Judicial Restraint, and Representation 59 --
Caseload and Representation 62 --
Chapter 4 Interest Groups, Representation, and Public Opinion 67 --
Interest Group Litigation and Public Opinion 68 --
Public Opinion and Litigant Success Rates 69 --
Chapter 5 Justices and Representation 77 --
The Political Parties and Ideology Model 80 --
The Political Socialization Model 84 --
The Appointments Process Model 90 --
The Judicial Roles Model 92 --
The Tenure and Aging Model 95 --
The Realignment Model 99 --
Combining the Predictors 102 --
Chapter 6 Symbolic Representation and the Court 107 --
The Politics of Symbolic Representation 107 --
Symbolic Representation on the Rehnquist Court 112 --
Chapter 7 Did the Rehnquist Court Influence Public Opinion? 123 --
Public Impressions of the Court 123 --
The Short-Term Manipulation Model 131 --
The Long-Term Manipulation Model 134 --
Chapter 8 Public Opinion and the Test of Time 139 --
Surviving the Test of Time 142 --
Data Analysis 147 --
Chapter 9 An Empirical Model of Representation 153 --
The Majoritarian Court 153 --
Reconsidering the Evidence 154 --
An Empirical Linkage Model 157 --
Appendix 1 Poll-to-Ruling Matches 163.
Responsibility: Thomas R. Marshall.
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