Judges and Their Audiences: A Perspective on Judicial Behavior

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NAME INDEX
Abraham, Henry J., 152
Abrahamson, Shirley S., 36
Abrams, Dominic, 27
Adams, Henry, 138
Akerlof, George A., 27
Albert, Steve, 38
Altfeld, Michael E., 57
Anderson, Gary, 164
Anderson, Gary M., 12
Arkin, Robert M., 28–29
Armey, Dick, 133
Armstrong, Scott, 13, 96
Arnold, R. Douglas, 15
Asher, Herbert B., 122
Ashman, Allan, 36
Askin, Frank, 43
Aspin, Larry T., 61
Atkins, Burton, M., 149
Auletta, Ken, 37, 137
Austen-Smith, David, 123
Badinter, Robert, 110
Bailey, Michael, 156
Baillot, Marion, 110
Bainbridge, Stephen M., 12–13, 54
Baldas, Tresa, 123, 125
Baldwin, Mark W., 25–26
Balkin, Jack M., 107
Barbash, Fred, 41, 126, 152, 154
Barber, James David, 30
Barberis, Nicholas, 15
Bargh, John A., 28
Barley, Stephen R., 97
Barnes, Jeb, 74–75
Barrett, Paul M., 135
Bartels, Brandon L., 169, 173
Barzilay, Douglas E., 106
Bashman, Howard, 126
Bass, Jack, 93
Baugh, Joyce A., 132
Baumeister, Roy F., 25–26, 28
Bax, Jean, 61
Bazelon, David, 103
Bazelon, Emily, 40
Becker, Ernest, 26
Becker, Gary, 39
Bedsworth, William, 39n
Berg, Larry L., 79
Bergara, Mario, 16, 21, 75
Bernstein, J. L., 145
Berry, Chuck, 35
Beveridge, Albert J., 59
Bianco, William T., 122
Biskupic, Joan, 13, 34, 67–69, 71, 119, 132–33, 139
Black, Elizabeth, 53, 57, 68, 91, 103
Black, Hugo, 53, 57, 68, 91, 103, 137–38, 149
Blackmun, Dottie, 96
Blackmun, Harry, 1–4, 41, 71, 96, 106, 130, 137–39, 141–42, 146–48, 151–55, 165
Blackmun, Sally, 96
Blaustein, Albert P., 169
Blumberg, Abraham S., 34
Blumenthal, Ralph, 112
Bonneau, Chris W., 7, 52
Bork, Robert H., 140, 142
Bosmajian, Haig, 34
Bossert, Rex, 123
Bowen, Terry, 164
Brace, Paul, 21, 58, 168
Bradley, Robert C., 169
Brady, Henry E., 10, 171
Brandeis, Louis, 42
Breckler, Steven J., 29
Brehm, John, 113
Brennan, William, 15, 17, 40, 42, 56, 103, 122, 130, 145, 147–48, 150n, 152
Brenner, Saul, 52, 172
Brewer, Marilynn B., 27–28, 124
Breyer, Stephen, 19n, 109n16, 110, 128, 130, 140, 147–48, 166–67
Brown, Jonathon D., 26
Brown, Wilmore, 35
Brudney, James J., 89, 103, 114, 152
Bryk, Anthony S., 173
Burbank, Stephen B., 12
Burger, Warren, 130, 137–38, 145, 147– 48, 152

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