Nixon's Court : his challenge to judicial liberalism and its political consequences /
In seeking to appeal to voters he would later call the "great silent majority," presidential candidate Richard Nixon laid down a challenge to the Warren Supreme Court in 1968, blaming it for the nation's recent crime wave and the unrest plaguing America's urban core. Inspired by...
|Published:||Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2011.|
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