The ascent of pragmatism: the Burger Court in action

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Addison-Wesley Longman, Incorporated, 1990 - Philosophy - 482 pages
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Examines the Supreme Court's major decisions under Chief Justice Warren Burger, and argues that Burger failed to exert effective leadership over a Court split into three wings, with a pragmatic center working toward compromise

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This is a collection of articles by different authors, which represents one of the first examples of a design perspective within human-computer interaction (HCI). Reflections on the design process and ... Read full review

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This is a thoroughly researched book on the Supreme Court under Chief Justice Warren Burger. Schwartz (law, NYU Law School), author of Super Chief: Earl Warren and His Supreme Court ( LJ 4/15/83 ... Read full review

Contents

Chief Justice Burger and His Court i
20
Judicial Review in Operation
40
Separation of Powers and Presidential Power
64
Copyright

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Bernard Schwartz is a professor at the University of Tulsa College of Law.

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