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October 31, 2008

Some structural SCOTUS weekend reading

This week has brought lots of talk (some of it a bit kooky) about what kinds of Justices the next President might appoint.  Against this backdrop, perhaps this weekend would be an ideal time to read some deep thoughts about the basic structural realities surrounding the Supreme Court.  And, thanks to SSRN, today I saw these three distinct pieces that fit the bill:

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