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  • Constitutional origins of the federal judiciary. 

    Brogdon, Matthew S. (, 2011-12-19)
    This dissertation examines the constitutional underpinnings of twentieth-century developments in the structure and function of the federal judicial system. In the half-century between 1891 and 1939, the federal judiciary ...
  • John Rawls and the Supreme Court : a study in continuity and change. 

    Foss, Jerome C. (2011-05-12)
    In his influential book A Theory of Justice, John Rawls indicates his approval of an independent judiciary and judicial review for stabilizing a just regime. His later works, particularly Political Liberalism, place ...
  • The principled constitutionalism of Justice Anthony M. Kennedy. 

    Bartl, Anthony D. (, 2012-11-29)
    Justice Kennedy is the nation's most influential jurist, but he is given little respect as a constitutional and legal thinker. Often called the "swing justice" for his pivotal position between the Supreme Court's "liberal" ...
  • The role of the Supreme Court in antitrust enforcement. 

    Ramsey, David P., 1979- (2010-06-23)
    For more than one hundred years, American antitrust laws have helped to define the legal framework supporting the continuously expanding and developing American economy. This legal framework has not remained unchanged; ...