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Interpreting Conflicting Provisions Of The Nevada State Constitution, William D. Popkin Jan 2005

Interpreting Conflicting Provisions Of The Nevada State Constitution, William D. Popkin

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Should Ideology Matter In Selecting Federal Judges? Ground Rules For The Debate, Dawn E. Johnsen Jan 2005

Should Ideology Matter In Selecting Federal Judges? Ground Rules For The Debate, Dawn E. Johnsen

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A recurring constitutional controversy of great practical and political importance concerns the criteria Presidents and Senators should use in selecting federal judges. Particularly contentious is the relevance of what sometimes is described as a prospective judge's ideology, or alternatively, judicial philosophy and views on substantive questions of law. This essay seeks to promote principled and productive discussion by proposing five ground rules to govern debate by all participants regarding appropriate judicial selection criteria. Because the continued controversy does not simply reflect principled disagreement on the merits, progress may be encouraged by focusing on deficiencies in current public discourse, including ...


Institutional Structure: A Delicate Balance, Paul Craig Jan 2005

Institutional Structure: A Delicate Balance, Paul Craig

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European Governance: Executive And Administrative Powers Under The New Constitutional Settlement, Paul Craig Jan 2005

European Governance: Executive And Administrative Powers Under The New Constitutional Settlement, Paul Craig

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