The Constrained Court: Law, Politics, and the Decisions Justices Make

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INDEX
Abington v. Schempp, 165
abortion, 22, 34, 41, 56, 57; and bridge observations, 30; and inter-institutional examples, 30; and Roe v. Wade, 17; state regulation of, 11, 30
Abraham, Henry J. 1999, 17
Ackerman, Bruce. 1991, 153
Ackerman, Bruce. 2005, 96
ADA, 22, 176n5
Adams, John, 4, 95
Adams, John, Samuel Adams, and James Bowdoin. 1780, 4, 111
Adarand v. Pena, 164
ADA scores, 21, 37, 101–2
Adkins v. Children’s Hospital (1923), 80
affirmative action, 35, 121
African Americans, 26, 169
Aiken, George, 111, 112
Akron v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health, 165
Alexander, Larry, and Frederick Schauer. 1997, 154
Alexander v. Holmes County, 165
Alito, Samuel, 175n1, 180n6, 182n7; and conservative v. liberal vote, 76; and deference, 75; and free speech, 75, 179n3, 179n12; ideal points for, 39; and precedent, 75, 77, 82, 84, 85; and separation of powers, 105; and solicitor general, 132, 133, 134, 135
Alito, Samuel. 2006, 10
Allegheny v. ACLU (1989), 167
Almendarez-Torres, Hugo, 64
Almendarez-Torres v. United States (1998), 64–65
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 80
American Civil Rights Institute, 122
Americans for Democratic Action, 21
Ansolabehere, Stephen, James Snyder Jr., and Charles Stewart III. 2001, 37
anti-sodomy law, 47
anti-subversion acts, 80
appointment: lifetime, 6, 182n1; process of, 3
Apprendi v. New Jersey (2000), 64
Arnold, Douglas. 1990, 69
Ashbrook, John, 165
Atkins v. Virginia (2002), 27, 168
attitudinal model, 15, 49, 119, 143, 175n1; characteristics of, 4–6; and sentencing guideline cases, 65; and solicitor general, 124–25; and Texas v. Johnson, 140
Austin v. Michigan Chamber of Commerce (1990), 168
Bafumi, Joseph, Andrew Gelman, David Park, and Noah Kaplan. 2005, 156, 158
Bailey, Michael. 2001, 20, 31
Bailey, Michael. 2007, 18, 40, 80, 101, 102, 103, 141, 159, 175n1
Bailey, Michael, and Forrest Maltzman. 2008, 177n3, 179n8
Bailey, Michael, and Kelly Chang. 2001, 28, 32, 102, 176n12
Bailey, Michael, and Kelly Chang. 2003, 180n9
Bailey, Michael, Brian Kamoie, and Forrest Maltzman. 2005, 125, 181n2
Bailey v. Drexel Furniture (1922), 80
Baker, Frank. 1992, 27, 158, 176n10, 183n1
Baker v. Carr (1962), 161, 163, 167
Bank of the United States, 11–12
Barnes, Jeb. 2004, 5, 14
Barnes, Jeb. 2007, 83
Barnes, Robert. 2006, 67
Baucus, Max, 26, 118
Baum, Lawrence. 1988, 24
Baum, Lawrence. 1997, 7, 89, 175n3
Baum, Lawrence. 2006, 14, 124
Bawn, Kathleen, and Charles R. Shipan. 1997, 14
Bayesian Markov Chain Monte Carlo methods, 19, 33, 43, 70, 104, 131
Bayesian sampling, 32
Bayh, Evan, 26
Baze v. Rees (2008), 66
Benesh, Sara C., and Harold J. Spaeth. 2003, 71
Bentsen, Lloyd, 116

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