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Group #5 Cassandra Cottrell Lindsey Ghastin Amy Clemens Meagan Young Joseph Brya Title As a group we concluded that Rosenberg’s three constraints of judicial impact best portrays an accurate picture of the American political system. We are aware that this model, like others, contains positive and negative aspects; yet we believe it is the most representative model. We will prove this by using elements of Brown v. Bd. Of Education (1954) and analyzing the cognitive dissonance model. Rosenberg, himself, presents an alternative approach, called the dynamic theory, to test his model. This theory is basically stating that the constrained model overstates the limitations that courts face. However, Rosenberg presents procedures that can overcome the constraint model. This is key to Rosenberg defending (and out motive to defend) his model because he is recognizing that these constraints exists against the court, but they are possible to overcome to produce social change. Rosenberg takes the lack of
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