Segal & Spaeth (The Supreme Court and the Attitudinal Model Revisited) — HCC Learning WebMore details about: University of East Anglia Library. University of East Anglia Library Help. Segal, Jeffrey A. Physical description. Originally published:
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This book examines the American legal system, including a comprehensive treatment of the U. Supreme Court. Despite this treatment, the 'in' from the title deserves emphasis, for it extensively examines lower courts, providing separate chapters o This book, first published in , examines the influence of precedent on the behavior of US Supreme Court justices throughout the Court's history. Under the assumption that for precedent to be an influence on the behavior of justices it must lea
Segal and Harold J. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, Reviewed by Craig F. Emmert, Texas Tech University. Email: craig.
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