Crafting law on the supreme court has something to say to and should be read by all students of the court whether one is grounded more in scientific and empirical research on the court or whether ones interests are more doctrinally oriented the books presentation is both rich in detail mostly provided through the anecdotes the authors share with the reader but more important their . Crafting law on the supreme court the collegial game forrest maltzman james f spriggs ii paul j wahlbeck p cm isbn 0 521 78010 1 hc isbn 0 521 78394 1 pbk 1 united states supreme court decision making 2 judicial process united states 3 judges united states attitudes 4 law and politics 5 collective . Crafting law on the supreme court the collegial game 6400 p award winner authors forrest maltzman george washington university washington dc james f spriggs university of california davis paul j wahlbeck george washington university washington dc date published july 2000 availability available format hardback isbn 9780521780100 rate review 6400 p hardback . In crafting law on the supreme court maltzman spriggs and wahlbeck use material gleaned from internal memos circulated among justices on the us supreme court to systematically account for the building of majority opinions the authors argue that at the heart of this process are justices whose decisions are constrained by the choices made by the other justices the portrait of the supreme court that emerges stands in sharp contrast to the conventional portrait where justices act solely
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