Supremely Political: The Role of Ideology and Presidential Management in Unsuccessful Supreme Court Nominations

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INDEX
A
ABC News, 126
"Active-negative" presidents and unsuccessful nominations, 145-46
Adams, Brock, 213
Adams, John Quincy, 200
Agnew, Spiro T., 115, 156
Aiken, George D., 13, 14, 27, 28-29, 91-92, 105, 208, 211
Allen, James B., 209
Allott, Gordon, 40, 208, 211
American Bar Association, 66-69, 73, 155, 156; and the Carswell nomination, 7; and the Fortas nomination, 46, 66-69, 73; and the Haynsworth nomination, 6
American University Law School, 5, 37, 38, 52-55, 61
Americans for Constitutional Action (ACA), 205-206
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 205
Anderson, Clinton P., 81, 206, 209 Anderson, Curt, 186
Anti-Semitism, 47-50, 146
Armstrong, William L., 215
( Atlanta) Constitution,179
B
Bacon, Sylvia, 155
Badger, George, 201
Baker, Howard H., Jr., 25, 100, 167, 175-76, 183-84, 208, 211
Baldwin, Henry, 200
Barber, James David, 145
Barbour, Philip, 200
Bartlett, E. L., 27-28, 206
Baucus, Max, 213
Bay of Pigs, 108
Bayh, Birch E., 6, 80, 97-98, 109, 117, 121, 126, 206, 209
Bellmon, Henry L., 211
Bennett, Wallace F., 45, 59, 208, 211
Bentsen, Lloyd, 180-81, 213
Bible, Alan, 27, 206, 209
Biden, Joseph, 165, 166, 189, 213
Bingaman, Jeff, 213
Black, Hugo, 154, 178, 202
Black, Jeremiah, 201
Blackmun, Harry A., 153-54, 203
Blair, John, 200
Blatchford, Samuel, 202
Boggs, Caleb J., 54, 91-92, 208, 211
Bond, Christopher S., 215
Boren, David L., 213

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