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Deciding to Agree: Explaining Consensual Behavior on the United States Supreme Court
Unformatted Document Text:  31 University Press. Cronin, Thomas. 1975. The State of the Presidency. Boston: Little and Brown. Danelski, David J. 1964. A Supreme Court Justice is Appointed. New York: Random House. Danelski, David J. 1980. “The Influence of the Chief Justice in the Decisional Process of the Supreme Court,” in Joel B. Grossman and Richard S. Wells, eds. Constitutional Law and Judicial PolicyMaking (pp. 147-60). New York: John Wiley. Danelski, David J. and Joseph S. Tulchin, eds. 1973. The Autobiography of Charles Evans Hughes. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Dominguez, Casey Byrne Knudsen. 2005. “Is it a Honeymoon? An Empirical Investigation of the President’s First Hundred Days,” Congress and the Presidency 32:63-78. Douglas, William O. 1952. Letter to Sherman Minton, November 4. Sherman Minton Papers, Box 5. Independence, MO: Harry S. Truman Library. Douglas, William O. 1963. Transcription of conversations with Walter F. Murphy, April 5, Cassette No. 14. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Library. Epstein, Lee, and Jeffrey A. Segal. 2000. “Measuring Issue Salience,” American Journal of Political Science 44: 66-83. Epstein, Lee, Jeffrey A. Segal, and Harold J. Spaeth. 2001. “The Norm of Consensus on the U.S. Supreme Court,” American Journal of Political Science 45: 362-77. Feeney, Floyd. 1975. “Conflicts Involving Federal Law: A Review of Cases Presented to the Supreme Court.” In Structure and Internal Procedures: Recommendations for Change, ed. by Commission on Revision of the Federal Court Appellate System. Washington: GPO. Frankfurter, Felix. 1953. “Chief Justices I Have Known,” Virginia Law Review 39 (7): 883-905. Frendreis, John, Raymond Tatalovich, and Jon Schaff. 2001. “Predicting Legislative Output in the First One-Hundred Days, 1897-1995,” Political Research Quarterly 54: 853-870. Gerber Scott D., and Keeok Park. 1997. “The Quixotic Search for Consensus on the U.S. Supreme Court: A Cross-Judicial Empirical Analysis of the Rehnquist Court Justices,” American Political Science Review 91: 390-408. Glass v. The Sloop Betsey, 3 U.S. 6 (1794). Grossman, Joel B., and Richard S. Wells. 1989. Constitutional Law and Judicial Policy Making. New York: Longman.

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University Press.

Cronin, Thomas. 1975. The State of the Presidency. Boston: Little and Brown.

Danelski, David J. 1964. A Supreme Court Justice is Appointed. New York: Random House.

Danelski, David J. 1980. “The Influence of the Chief Justice in the Decisional Process of the
Supreme Court,” in Joel B. Grossman and Richard S. Wells, eds. Constitutional Law and
Judicial PolicyMaking
(pp. 147-60). New York: John Wiley.

Danelski, David J. and Joseph S. Tulchin, eds. 1973. The Autobiography of Charles Evans
Hughes. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Dominguez, Casey Byrne Knudsen. 2005. “Is it a Honeymoon? An Empirical Investigation of
the President’s First Hundred Days,” Congress and the Presidency 32:63-78.

Douglas, William O. 1952. Letter to Sherman Minton, November 4. Sherman Minton Papers,
Box 5. Independence, MO: Harry S. Truman Library.

Douglas, William O. 1963. Transcription of conversations with Walter F. Murphy, April 5,
Cassette No. 14. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Library.

Epstein, Lee, and Jeffrey A. Segal. 2000. “Measuring Issue Salience,” American Journal of
Political Science 44: 66-83.

Epstein, Lee, Jeffrey A. Segal, and Harold J. Spaeth. 2001. “The Norm of Consensus on the U.S.
Supreme Court,” American Journal of Political Science 45: 362-77.
Feeney, Floyd. 1975. “Conflicts Involving Federal Law: A Review of Cases Presented to the
Supreme Court.” In Structure and Internal Procedures: Recommendations for Change,
ed. by Commission on Revision of the Federal Court Appellate System. Washington:
GPO.

Frankfurter, Felix. 1953. “Chief Justices I Have Known,” Virginia Law Review 39 (7): 883-905.

Frendreis, John, Raymond Tatalovich, and Jon Schaff. 2001. “Predicting Legislative Output in
the First One-Hundred Days, 1897-1995,” Political Research Quarterly 54: 853-870.

Gerber Scott D., and Keeok Park. 1997. “The Quixotic Search for Consensus on the U.S.
Supreme Court: A Cross-Judicial Empirical Analysis of the Rehnquist Court Justices,”
American Political Science Review 91: 390-408.

Glass v. The Sloop Betsey, 3 U.S. 6 (1794).

Grossman, Joel B., and Richard S. Wells. 1989. Constitutional Law and Judicial Policy Making.
New York: Longman.


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