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New Politics of Judicial Elections: How 2000 was a Watershed Year for Big Money, Special Interest Pressure, and TV Advertising in State Supreme Court Campaigns
Deborah Goldberg (au); Craig Holman (au); Samantha Sanchez (au)
This report explains how the year 2000 signaled a dangerous turning point for America’s courts, documenting the growing, systematic, and unprecedented infusion of big money and special interest pressure into the election of Supreme Court justices across the country. Contents: (I) Skyrocketing Fundraising and Spending in State Supreme Court Races; (II) The Growing Role of Television in Supreme Court Elections; (III) The Growing “Data Gap” and the Effort to Document Special Interest Pressure on Our Courts. Charts and tables.
Your Mental Health: A Layman's Guide to the Psychiatrist's Bible
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