Monday, November 19, 2007

The Most Dangerous Justice Rides into the Sunset

Freshly available on SSRN:

Paul H. Edelman & Jim Chen, The Most Dangerous Justice Rides into the Sunset, 24 Constitutional Commentary 299 (2007):

Sunset ... at the North PoleIn this essay, our third and last in a series, we employ our previously developed techniques to measure the power of the Justices in the Rehnquist Court over its full 11 year run. Once again, Justice Kennedy rises to the top of our rankings, as he had done earlier. Our methods identify Justices Souter, Breyer and Ginsburg as being notable either for their influence or lack thereof. In addition, we rejoin the debate on the connection between being the median justice and being the most powerful one. We question whether even the most sophisticated methods of finding the median justice are adequate to the task of assessing power on the Court.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Most unusual photo. I have been taking digital photos for about 3 yrs now and have grabed of few stuning pictures but nothing like this. Wonderfull work. Keep it up we (the public ) don't get to go to the north pole.
Dave Jaycox

12/07/2007 11:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is NOT a real photograph. It was obviously duplicated.

Don't believe me?
Here's proof:

1/29/2008 4:42 PM  

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