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Why the “haves” come out ahead: Speculations on the
limits of legal change.
Law and Society Review9 (1):
Martin, Andrew D., and
Dynamic ideal point estimation via Markov chain Monte Carlo for the
U.S. Supreme Court, 1953–1999.
Political Analysis10 (2):
McGuire, Kevin, and
Issue fluidity on the U.S. Supreme Court.
American Political Science Review89 (3):
Meirowitz, Adam, and
Learning from terrorism markets.
Perspectives on Politics2 (2):
Poole, Keith T., and
Patterns of congressional voting.
American Journal of Political Science35 (1):
Ruger, Theodore W.,
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The Supreme Court Forecasting Project: Legal and political science
approaches to predicting Supreme Court decisionmaking.
Columbia Law Review104 (4):
Civic virtue and the feminine voice in constitutional adjudication.
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The unmaking of a precedent.
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Silbey, Susan S.1997.
Let them eat cake: Globalization, postmodern colonialism and the
possibilities of justice.
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Ideological effects of actuarial practices.
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A pattern analysis of the second Rehnquist U.S. Supreme Court.
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The functions of oral argument in the U.S. Supreme Court.
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