Supreme Court Policymaking

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Unformatted text preview: Supreme Court Policymaking POLI 452 7/27/2011 Course: Where are We? Macrolevel examination: Finished (First Week) Microlevel Examination: Mostly finished (Second and Third Weeks) Implications of Judicial Process: We finish here for the remainder of the term (Fourth and Fifth Weeks).. More outside readings: More primarily discussion- based classes. Be preparedAsk questions about the readings. What Does This Mean? Here on outIssues such as policymaking, who wins on the court Detailed examination of a few issuesMore critical thinking Why can the USSC engage in policymaking? Legal Model Traditional idea of decisionmaking; popular in political science prior to 1970s. Unchallenged until 1950s (Schubert; later Spaeth in 70s-2000s) Legal Model Traditional idea of decisionmaking; popular in political science prior to 1970s. Unchallenged until 1950s (Schubert; later Spaeth in 70s-2000s) In this model, the law brings judges to outcomes Legal Model Traditional idea of decisionmaking; popular in political science prior to 1970s. Unchallenged until 1950s (Schubert; later Spaeth in 70s-2000s) In this model, the law brings judges to outcomes Precedents Legal Model Traditional idea of decisionmaking; popular in political science prior to 1970s. Unchallenged until 1950s (Schubert; later Spaeth in 70s-2000s) In this model, the law brings judges to outcomes Precedents Legislative intent Legal Model...
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