The Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court

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David Shultz
Infobase Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - Electronic books - 577 pages
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From the structure of the Supreme Court to its proceedings, this comprehensive encyclopedia presents the cornerstone of the American justice system. More than 500 A-to-Z entriesOCowritten by leading academics and lawyersOCooffer a thorough review of critical cases, issues, biographies, and topics important to understanding the Supreme Court. Helpful charts display how a case makes it to the Supreme Court, and tips on how to research and look up court cases enhance this authoritative, accessible reference."
  

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According to Schultz (public administration & management, Hamline Univ.; Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy ), the purpose of this one-volume resource is to provide "an overview ... Read full review

Contents

A
1
B
26
C
64
D
118
E
135
F
154
G
178
H
194
O
319
P
327
R
366
S
394
T
454
U
474
V
495
W
503

I
213
J
232
K
246
L
251
M
267
N
303
Y
528
Z
531
Chronology
536
Selected Bibliography
541
Index
544
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About the author (2005)

David Schultz is professor in the Graduate School of Public Administration and Management at Hamline University and he holds appointments as an adjunct professor of law at Hamline University, University of Minnesota, and the University of St. Thomas. He has a Ph.D. in Political Science and a J.D. from the University of Minnesota. Professor Schultz is the author or editor of 16 books and over forty articles. His most recent publications include LEVERAGING THE LAW: USING THE COURTS TO ACHIEVE SOCIAL CHANGE (1998), THE POLITICS OF CIVIL SERVICE REFORM (1998); IT'S SHOW TIME! MEDIA, POLITICS, AND POPULAR CULTURE (2000); ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN LAW (2002); SOCIAL CAPITAL: CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON COMMUNITY AND BOWLING ALONE (2002); and MONEY, POLITICS, AND CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM LAW IN THE STATES (2002).

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