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Deciding to Agree: Explaining Consensual Behavior on the United States Supreme Court
Unformatted Document Text:  32 Hagle, Timothy M. 1993. “’Freshmen Effects’ for Supreme Court Justices,” American Journal of Political Science 37: 1142-1157. Halpern, Stephen C., and Kenneth N. Vines. 1977. “Institutional Disunity, the Judges’ Bill, and the Role of the U.S. Supreme Court,” Western Political Quarterly 30: 471-83. Hand, Learned. 1958. The Bill of Rights. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Haynie, Stacie L. 1992. “Leadership and Consensus on the U.S. Supreme Court,” Journal of Politics 54: 1158-69. Heck, Edward V., and Melinda Gann Hall. 1981. “Bloc Voting and the Freshman Justice Revisited,” Journal of Politics 43: 852-60. Hellman, Arthur D. 1996. “The Shrunken Docket of the Rehnquist Court.” Supreme Court Review 1996: 403-38. Hensley, Thomas R., and Scott P. Johnson. 1998. “Unanimity on the Rehnquist Court,” Akron Law Review 31: 387-408. Howard v. Sinking Fund, 344 U.S. 624 (1953). Howard, J. Woodford. 1968. “On the Fluidity of Judicial Choice,” American Political Science Review 62: 43-57. Hurwitz, Mark S., and Drew Lanier. 2004. “I Respectfully Dissent: Consensus, Agendas and Policymaking on the U.S. Supreme Court, 1888-1997,” Review of Policy Research 21: 429-45. Hurwitz, Mark S., and Joseph V. Stefko. 2004. “Acclimation and Attitudes: ‘Newcomer’ Justices and Precedent Conformance on the Supreme Court,” Political Research Quarterly 57: 121-29. Jackson, Robert. 1950a. Letter to Sherman Minton, March 16. Sherman Minton Papers, Box 2. Independence, MO: Harry S. Truman Library. Jackson, Robert. 1950b. Letter to Sherman Minton, circa November. Sherman Minton Papers, Box 2. Independence, MO: Harry S. Truman Library. Johnson, Timothy R., James F. Spriggs, II, and Paul J. Wahlbeck. 2005. “Passing and Strategic Voting on the U.S. Supreme Court.” Law & Society Review 39: 349-77. Light, Paul. 1983. The President’s Agenda. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. Maltzman, Forrest, and Paul J. Wahlbeck. 1996. “Strategic Policy Considerations and Voting

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Hagle, Timothy M. 1993. “’Freshmen Effects’ for Supreme Court Justices,” American Journal of
Political Science 37: 1142-1157.
Halpern, Stephen C., and Kenneth N. Vines. 1977. “Institutional Disunity, the Judges’ Bill, and
the Role of the U.S. Supreme Court,” Western Political Quarterly 30: 471-83.

Hand, Learned. 1958. The Bill of Rights. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Haynie, Stacie L. 1992. “Leadership and Consensus on the U.S. Supreme Court,” Journal of
Politics 54: 1158-69.

Heck, Edward V., and Melinda Gann Hall. 1981. “Bloc Voting and the Freshman Justice
Revisited,” Journal of Politics 43: 852-60.

Hellman, Arthur D. 1996. “The Shrunken Docket of the Rehnquist Court.” Supreme Court
Review
1996: 403-38.

Hensley, Thomas R., and Scott P. Johnson. 1998. “Unanimity on the Rehnquist Court,” Akron
Law Review 31: 387-408.

Howard v. Sinking Fund, 344 U.S. 624 (1953).

Howard, J. Woodford. 1968. “On the Fluidity of Judicial Choice,” American Political Science
Review 62: 43-57.

Hurwitz, Mark S., and Drew Lanier. 2004. “I Respectfully Dissent: Consensus, Agendas and
Policymaking on the U.S. Supreme Court, 1888-1997,” Review of Policy Research 21:
429-45.

Hurwitz, Mark S., and Joseph V. Stefko. 2004. “Acclimation and Attitudes: ‘Newcomer’ Justices
and Precedent Conformance on the Supreme Court,” Political Research Quarterly 57:
121-29.

Jackson, Robert. 1950a. Letter to Sherman Minton, March 16. Sherman Minton Papers, Box 2.
Independence, MO: Harry S. Truman Library.

Jackson, Robert. 1950b. Letter to Sherman Minton, circa November. Sherman Minton Papers,
Box 2. Independence, MO: Harry S. Truman Library.

Johnson, Timothy R., James F. Spriggs, II, and Paul J. Wahlbeck. 2005. “Passing and Strategic
Voting on the U.S. Supreme Court.” Law & Society Review 39: 349-77.

Light, Paul. 1983. The President’s Agenda. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Maltzman, Forrest, and Paul J. Wahlbeck. 1996. “Strategic Policy Considerations and Voting


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