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Of Time and Judicial Behavior United States Supreme Court Agenda-Setting and Decision-Making, 1888-1997

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ISBN-10: 1575910675

ISBN-13: 9781575910673

Edition: 2003

Authors: Drew Noble Lanier

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List price: $88.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Susquehanna University Press
Publication date: 6/1/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 276
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.298
Language: English

List of Illustrations
List of Tables
Acknowledgments
The Decision-Making and Agenda-Setting of the United States Supreme Court, 1888-1997
Purpose, Outline, and Importance of the Book
The United States Supreme Court and Its Decision-Making and Agenda-Setting
Chapter Summary
Historical Setting of the United States Supreme Court, 1888-1946
The Court in Historical Perspective
The Fuller Court (1888-1910)
The White Court (1910-1921)
The Taft Court (1921-1930)
The Hughes Court (1930-1941)
The Stone Court (1941-1946)
Chapter Summary
Contours of Judicial Attention: Composition and Dynamics of the Workload and the Agenda of the United States Supreme Court, 1888-1997
Data Collection Process
Size and Composition of the Court's Caseload
Major Issue Areas
Chapter Summary
Going Their Own Way: Unanimity of United States Supreme Court Decision-Making, 1888-1997
Unanimity Explored
Unanimity Examined
Chapter Summary
Who Wins and Who Loses across Time: Liberalism of United States Supreme Court Decision-Making, 1888-1997
Politics, Liberalism, and the Supreme Court
Chapter Summary
The Long-Run Relationship between the Supreme Court's Decision-Making Environment and Its Liberalism
Theoretical Foundation for Supreme Court Decision-Making
Models of Institutional Liberalism across Time
Fractional Integration, Nonstationarity, and Cointegration
The Long-Run Relationship between the Justices' Policy Preferences and Political Values
Chapter Summary
The Continuity of Change: The Supreme Court across Time
Overview of the Book's Findings
Importance of the Book's Findings
Suggestions for Further Research
Coding Sheet for Agenda and Decisional Data for the United States Surpeme Court, 1888-1937
Coding Protocol for Agenda and Decisional Data for the United States Supreme Court, 1888-1937
Notes
References
Index