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Supreme Court Inc

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Rosen, a law prof at George Washington University, offers an insight in the business of Supreme Court. On one hand it traces the ‘conservativation’ of the Court, a concerted effort to steer the Court to the right by judges, academics, and most importantly, Presidents. At another level, it recounts the professionalization and increasing sophistication of Supreme Court practice and a way of strategizing that goes well beyond winning or losing any one case.

the transformation of the court was no accident. It represents the culmination of a carefully planned, behind-the-scenes campaign over several decades to change not only the courts but also the country’s political culture.

Highly recommended.

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