Critical Judicial Nominations and Political Change: The Impact of Clarence Thomas

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NOTES
1.
Henry J. Abraham, Justices and Presidents: A Political History of Appointments to the Supreme Court, 2d ed. ( New York: Oxford University Press, 1985), 201-2.
2.
Herman Schwartz, Packing the Courts: The Conservative Campaign to Rewrite the Constitution ( New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1988),90-94.
3.
"Supreme Mystery," Newsweek, 16 September 1991, 18-31.
4.
Timothy M. Phelps and Helen Winternitz, Capitol Games ( New York: Hyperion, 1992), 140-41.
5.
"Excerpts From News Conference Announcing Court Nominee," N.Y. Times, 2 July 1991, A10.
6.
Evan Thomas, "Where Does He Stand?" Newsweek, 15 July 1991,16-17.
7.
For example, Scott P. Johnson and Christopher E. Smith, "David Souter's First Term on the Supreme Court: The Impact of a New Justice," Judicature 75 ( 1992): 238-43.
8.
"Excerpts From News Conference," A10.
9.
Christopher E. Smith, "The Supreme Court's Emerging Majority: Restraining the High Court or Transforming Its Role?" Akron Law Review 24 ( 1990): 393-421.
10.
"Excerpts From News Conference," A10.
11.
Gary Lee, "Running Hard for a Place On the Bench," Washington Post National Weekly Edition, 19-25 August 1991, 12.
12.
"Liberals and the Lessons of Bork," Newsweek, 12 August 1991, 26.
13.
Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 ( 1973).
14.
Ruth Marcus, "Haven't We Met Before?: If You Liked the Souter Hearings, Then You Love the Thomas Replay," Washington Post National Weekly Edition, 23-29 September 1991, 14.
15.
Linda Greenhouse, "Trying to Define Clarence Thomas," N.Y. Times, 15 September 1991, 17.
16.
"Excerpts from Senate's Hearings on Thomas Nomination," N.Y. Times, 11 September 1991.
17.
"Excerpts from Remarks by Members of Senate Judiciary Panel on Thomas," N.Y. Times, 28 September 1991, 8.
18.
"Excerpts from Senate's Hearing on the Thomas Nomination," N.Y. Times, 13 September 1991, A18.

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