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November 6, 2006

The politics of judges and judging

It is hard not to be in an political mood today, and How Appealing feeds this hunger with links to two interesting pieces noting the relationship between judges and politics in this election cycle.  First, at the National Review Online, Byron York has this thought-provoking essay wondering, "Senate 2006: Why Hasn't the GOP Made Judges an Issue?".  Second, over at The Pocket Part of the Yale Law Journal, one can now find this intriguing essay by Jaynie Randall entitled "Federal Judicial Supremacy on the Ballot."

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